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Accessibility Statement

Every effort has been to make this site as accessible as possible with the resources available. We are working to make the site compliant with W3 Web Accessibility Initiative guidelines.

The website has been designed to be compatible with most browsers.

A variety of software is available that will help visually impaired people to access this website. For example, the Thunder screenreader and NVDA (NonVisual Desktop Access) are available free of charge.

Most modern web browsers will allow you to increase or decrease the default font size. The text on the Ombudsman for Children’s Office website will work with such commands.