Accessibility & Translations

We want our website to be as accessible and user friendly as possible, and to follow web and online best practices.

Having difficulties accessing or using this website?

Please tell us by emailing press@taicalon.org your feedback helps us develop and improve the website.

Resources

We’ve compiled a list of resources for anyone using this website and the Internet in general. If you know of any others, please let us know.

Colours/contrast

BBC guide to changing the colours on your computer

For Windows, Mac, and Linux users

Re-Sizable Text

You can also adjust the size of the text on this website through your web browsers text size options:

Windows:
Press Ctrl and + to increase font size, Ctrl and – to reduce

Mac:
Press CMD and + to increase font size, CMD and – to reduce


Web Browser

Click your browser for more information:

If your browser is not listed here, please refer to the browsers help file or distributors website for help with adjusting the text size.


Mobility

Alternatives to using a keyboard and mouse
BBC website outlines some of the options available


Organisations

Abilitynet
Supports disabled people to use digital technology

Apple
Accessibility information for Apple products

British Dyslexia Association
Provides technology tips and guidance

Google
Accessibility information for Google products

KDE
Accessibility for Linux users

National Literacy Trust
Charity dedicated to raising literacy levels in the UK


Screenreader’s

These assist visually impaired people to use websites, by using touch or sound methods to “convert” webpages. For example, by reading aloud the content on each page and describing the images, or with an external display that processes web content into braille.

JAWS, a screen reader for Windows. A time-limited, downloadable demo is available.

Lynx, a free text-only web browser for blind users with refreshable Braille displays.

Links, a free text-only web browser for visual users with low bandwidth.

WebbIE is a web browser for blind and visually-impaired people, especially those using screen readers, used since 2001 all over the world.

10 free screen readers for blind or visually impaired users (external website)


Translators

These usually work better with individual words and simple sentences:


Want to translate a document?

For translations, large print, Braille or audio format, please contact our Policy Officer, Sarah Freeman via email: sarah.freeman@taicalon.org Phone: 01495 294865 or 0300 303 1717

or you can send a letter to:

Policy Officer, Sarah Freeman
Tai Calon Community Housing Limited.

Solis One, Rising Sun Industrial Estate,
Blaina, Blaenau Gwent,
NP13 3JW