The aim of this help section is to provide guidance and information on accessing and navigating the DHSSPS website.
The menu on the left of this page gives details of the help and guidance available.
It also contains our Accessibility Statement, details on how you can contact us or provide us with your feedback, information on Copyright and the Terms and Conditions of using this website.
Practical Tips on Viewing the Website
As well as the guidance on our Practical Tips page, you may find it useful to visit the BBC My Web My Way Site.
The My Web My Way site explains the many ways you can change your browser, computer, keyboard and mouse settings to make the web more accessible to you.
Listening to the Website
The DHSSPS website is speech enabled using BrowseAloud. Speech enabling with BrowseAloud provides an additional way of accessing our content for people who may find it hard to read the website.
They include those with dyslexia or learning difficulties, those for whom English is not their first language, or those with mild visual impairment.
Please visit our Browsealoud page for further information on downloading and using the software.