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We are committed to making Wellbeing of Women’s website as accessible as possible for all users and to meeting the legal requirements of the Disability Discrimination Act 1995. We are engaged in an ongoing review of compliance and will act to address areas of non-compliance as soon as we become aware of them.

We welcome input and advice from site users. If you become aware of non-compliance with the Act or have other concerns about accessibility, please email [email protected].

The charities RNIB and RNID have created some excellent online resources for those who would like more information on accessibility issues.

For details of resources for people with visual disabilities visit RNIB’s website. To find out about initiatives being developed for people with hearing disabilities, visit RNID’s website.