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Accessibility

Life Works is fully committed to working towards its web site being accessible as possible and inclusive for all its users regardless of their physical or mental capability.

We are working towards complying with Priority 2 of the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines. These guidelines include:

  • Allowing users to control text size.
  • Using an easy to read font type.
  • Images that convey important information have alternative text and where an image is used for a decorative purpose the alternative text will be blank.
  • Providing simple and consistent site navigation.
  • Assigning access keys for navigational elements.
  • Ensuring the target of each link is clearly defined.
  • Providing a site map for information about the layout of the web site and for quick navigation.
  • Providing navigational shortcuts for users of text only browsers and page readers.
  • Using appropriate structural mark-up to maximise browser support.
  • Ensuring all content and functionality is available to users without content style sheet (CSS), image and script support.

 

Access Keys

Access keys are keyboard shortcuts that replace the mouse for navigation. For this website, you can use:

    • # [s] Skip to main content
    • # [1] Home page
    • # [2] About
    • # [3] Programmes
    • # [4] Treatments
    • # [5] Community
    • # [6] Professional
    • # [7] Events
    • # [8] News
    • # [9] Contact Us
    • # [c] Jump to the top of page

       

      Depending on your browser type use one of the following:

      • IE 7 hold down ALT key and select number/letter of the access key.
      • Firefox hold down SHIFT and ALT keys and select number/letter of the access key.
      • Internet Explorer 5+: Hold down the ALT key and select the number/letter of the access key, then press ENTER.
      • Internet Explorer 5+ for Mac: Hold down the CTRL key and select the number/letter of the access key Internet Explorer 4.5 for Mac: Access keys are not supported.
      • Netscape 6+: Hold down the ALT key and select the number/letter of the access key.
      • Netscape earlier versions: Access keys are not supported.
      • Mozilla: Hold down the ALT key and select the number/letter of the access key.

       

      Font Sizes

      You may change the font size of this site to your preference by using your browser text settings (found in Internet Explorer View Menu > Text Size) or by pressing the CTRL key and moving the scroll wheel on your mouse (if your mouse supports it). Alternatively the font size can be changed through your browser. In Internet Explorer, select View, then Text Size, and then your preferred size.

       

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