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Our aim is to be compatible with the Web Accessibility Initiative(WAI) Level 3 accessibility standards. If you find any errors or have suggestions as to improve our site please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Features for vision impaired users
Information about functions on this site that can assist vision impaired users, including using screen readers, changing the size of the text or altering colours.
Features for hearing impaired users
Find out about the Accessing our Services presentation in New Zealand Sign Language (NZSL) produced by the Ministry of Social Development in association with Deaf Aotearoa New Zealand.
The site is also designed to be easily used by those who prefer to use a keyboard instead of a mouse. The pages on this site all offer a consistent tab order through the links on the pages.
How to find information on this site
The site is divided into sections. The main sections are listed in the main site wide navigation, at the left of every page. Clicking on one of these main site-wide navigation links, takes you to the top page of the relevant section.
Again, you will see the main site-wide navigation, followed by the page heading. To the right of the page heading, if there are more pages in the section, you will see section-wide navigation labeled "In This Section" which links to these pages. Clicking on one of these links takes you to the relevant page.