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We use descriptive link text so that all links on this website make sense even when read out of context. For users of assistive technology (for example, screen readers) this can allow you to quickly jump through pages of text to find relevant links.
Most images for this site contain additional 'alternative' text that is stored with the image. This gives users who would otherwise not be able to see the image, access to the stored information. Although this can help users of assistive technology (for example, screen readers), it is also useful for visitors who disable images because of a slow internet connection.
Any image that is considered purely decorative will have a blank alternative text (for example, alt=""). This reduces the amount of unnecessary content on the page.
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If you have any suggestions for how we could improve our accessibility or would like to provide feedback, please contact us.
We have published our British Sign Language (BSL) Plan, setting out the actions we will take between 2018-23 in order to meet the goals set out in the British Sign Language (Scotland) Act 2015 and to tie in with the Scottish Government's BSL National Plan 2017-2023.