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Accessibility statement

We want barnet.gov.uk to be as accessible and usable as possible. Here are some tools and features that will help you to use our website.

Browsealoud

Browsealoud is a piece of software available on barnet.gov.uk for access and participation for people with Dyslexia, low literacy, English as a Second Language, and those with mild visual impairments. Browsealoud is found at the footer of our website. 

BrowseAloud

 


Google Translate

Google's free online language translation service instantly translates text and web pages into many languages. This can be found at the top right corner of our website.

Browsers

Common browsers like Internet Explorer, Safari, Chrome and Firefox will have features like zoom in and out to make text on webpages larger and easier to read.

Apple devices

Apple devices have built-in tools that help you with vision, hearing, physical and motor skills, learning and literacy eg VoiceOver and Siri.

There are also apps that help with accessibility through the iTunes store.

Android devices

Android devices have built-in tools that help you with vision, hearing, physical and motor skills, learning and literacy eg Talkback, BrailleBack.

My Computer My Way

My Computer My Way created by Abilitynet shows you the many ways you can make your keyboard and mouse, Windows, the internet and your favourite applications suit you and your needs. 

Report an accessibility problem on barnet.gov.uk

You should contact us at webmaster@barnet.gov.uk if you have trouble using barnet.gov.uk- this will help us to make improvements.

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