It is our aim to create a website that stands out.
The problem with trying to make a fully ‘inclusive site’ is that no single solution meets the needs of all users – and we’ve found that sometimes trying to improve the site for one particular disability can have an effect on our ability to meet the needs of another section of our audience. So while we do work to achieve all World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) Version 2.0 'Double A' standard as a minimum, sometimes we may not have got quite there on some pages.
We also try as much as possible to allow you view and use the Brio Leisure website the way you want to - not the way we make you.
The following web sites provide further accessibility information for your web browser:
This website sometimes uses files that your computer may need an extra programme, or piece of software, to open.
In most cases this software, such as Adobe Reader, is already supplied with new computers.
We only use document formats that can be opened using a free reader that you can download by following the links on this page.
All of the files held on this website are in Adobe PDF format, which means you'll need special software to view them. This software is available to download free of charge from this page.
The Adobe Acrobat Reader allows you to view, navigate, and print PDF files across all major computing platforms. PDF stands for Portable Document Format and means a document that can be viewed or printed out on any platform, whether Windows, Macintosh or Linux.
To download Adobe Acrobat Reader, click on the link below, which will open a new window on the Adobe website:
Some documents on this website were produced in Microsoft packages such as Word, Excel and Powerpoint. There's no need to buy the software as a free viewer is available from the Microsoft website. To download your free copy, click on the links below:
ReadSpeaker ProReader is a web service that reads the text content on a web site out aloud.
On the Settings page you can choose how you want it to work.
You can have the text that is read displayed in the window, select text size, colour and make other changes on how the text is shown.