This site has been designed to improve accessibility for people with disabilities

These features include:

  • images and graphics carry ALT tags to assist screen reader applications and internet browsers with image display turned off 
  • generally, it does not use technologies such as java applets or Flash(TM) objects as they cannot be read by many alternative access devices
  • where practicable, tables are presented so that information can be read in a linear fashion and each cell is described by its column heading, and 
  • pages have been designed to be device independent, that is, users can navigate without the need of a mouse.

It is the goal of NSW Health that this site meets accessibility standards.

We welcome any comments or suggestions regarding the accessibility features of this site.

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