The Internet can be a great enabler and source of freedom for disabled users. As such, the value of The Independent Pharmacy to our disabled and aging patients depends on its accessibility.
This is an area of importance for The Independent Pharmacy. In keeping with our obligations under the Equality Act, we are committed to ensuring that The Independent Pharmacy website is as accessible to disabled and elderly people as reasonably possible.
We are committed to ensuring that theindependentpharmacy.co.uk is accessible to everyone by conforming to web accessibility guidelines (Worldwide Web Consortium website). (Opens new window).
We provide a range of information to help people access our site. You can find out about:
If you have any questions or suggestions regarding the accessibility of this site, or you struggle to use our website for any reason, please contact us by email (firstname.lastname@example.org), telephone (0333 2200 519) or live chat where one of
You can change the size of text displayed on the website by adjusting the browser settings. Don’t worry about changing the settings either – it’s easy to do and easy to change back. The following links will take you to guidance produced by the General Medical Council (GMC) in a new window:
If you are having difficulty reading the black text against a white background, it is possible to change the colours of the text and background by adjusting the browser settings - it’s easy to do and easy to change back. The following links will take you to guidance produced by the General Medical Council in a new window:
Note - At the moment Safari does not have any options to change text and background colours.
If you have not found information here to help you view or navigate our site more easily, a visit to the BBC’s My Web, My Way website (opens new window) might help.
It is an excellent site that provides advice and
The GMC provide a summary of the different technologies and which people they cater for (opens in a new window).
The Independent Pharmacy is working to make this website as accessible to everyone as possible. Some of the steps we take to achieve this include:
The BBC have put together a set of useful web links related to accessibility on the world wide web (opens in new window):
Did you know you can search from anywhere on the site? Simply press 's' on your keyboard and our quick search tool will appear.
If you can't find what you are looking for, please contact our support team on 0333 2200 519.