Genetic Disorders UK website has been designed to be accessible to all.
As a charity, we strive to show the same lack of discrimination that
disease and disability do. Therefore we have created our website using
standards-compliant XHTML and CSS coding, striving to meet the ‘AA’
access standards laid out by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). ‘AA’
standards are those recommended by the RNIB.
If you do have any difficulties accessing any of the content on our site, please contact email@example.com describing the problem you’re having, and we’ll do what we can to help.
Our website can be viewed in the majority of browsers.
Certain documents on this website have been made available in formats
suitable for you to download. You may need separate software to view
and print the documents once you have saved them to your computer.
PDFs are commonly viewed using Adobe Reader, which can be downloaded free of charge from Adobe’s website - http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep2.html It is available for Windows, Mac, linux and other popular operating systems.
To read PDF documents with a screen reader please reference the
Access Adobe website which provides useful tools and resources. Adobe
also has a free online conversion tool for PDFs
For alternatives to Adobe Reader, try searching Google for “pdf viewer”.