Not every user has a graphic environment with a mouse or other pointing device.
Some users rely on keyboard, alternative keyboard or voice input to navigate links,
activate form controls, etc. This site is designed for keyboard access (in addition
to mouse access) and will generally be accessible to users with other input devices.
This can be crucial to people with motoric disabilities. Of course there are other
conditions where it could be necessary or useful. To take a trivial example, if
your mouse is temporarily broken, you might still wish to do some Web surfing. And
in technologies which differ from "normal" PCs or terminals, such as WebTV, laptops,
and handheld devices, a pointing device or function - if available at all - can
be significantly more difficult to use for exact pointing than a good mouse.
Press 'Alt' and the corresponding key for a shortcut
S Skip Navigation
K Go to accessibility page
The Wirral PCT website is speech enabled with the Browsealoud system. To use this
facility you can download the
free Browsealoud reader software from the Browsealoud website.
Speech enabling is not designed to replace screen readers for the blind. It provides
an additional way of accessing our content for other people who may find it hard
to read the website. They include those with dyslexia or learning difficulties,
those for whom English is not their first language, or those with mild visual impairment.
To help those using it, Browsealoud will highlight each word as it reads.
Copyright | Accessibility
© Wirral Primary Care Trust 2014