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Accessibility is about making our online information available to as many people as possible, whatever their needs.

Our approach to accessibility

We're constantly working to make our website as accessible and easy to use as possible.

We aim for our website to meet the World Wide Web Consortium Accessibility Guidelines (version 2) 'Double-A' standard. This is the recommended minimum standard for council websites.

Our site has been designed with this in mind.

Find full details about our approach to accessibility on the Derbyshire County Council website.

Translate our website

There are a number of free translation tools which you can use to translate our web pages into different languages.

  • Google Translation - enter text, the address of a webpage or upload a document for a translation into a number of different languages.

Get information in other forms

You can get pages and documents from our websites in different formats, including:

  • audio CD
  • Braille
  • British Sign Language (BSL)
  • large print

To get our content in other forms, just contact us on the Derbyshire County Council website and let us know the web address (URL) of the page the content is on and describe the content you need.

You can also find out about British Sign Language and Interpretation services on the Derbyshire County Council website.

Non-accessible content

We are aware that some areas of our website don't meet the standards of accessibility that we aim for.

These include:

  • applications and third party systems linked from our webpages
  • some PDF, Word and PowerPoint documents aren't fully accessible to screen reader software
  • a few videos that may rely on autogenerated captions and may not be completely accurate

Reporting accessibility problems with this website

We're always looking to improve the accessibility of this website. If you find any problems that aren't listed on this page or if you think we're not meeting the requirements of the accessibility regulations please contact us.