This website has been designed and built to adhere to the latest accessibility standards, making sure the site is as accessible as possible whilst maintaining a high level of usability.
The Oldham Council Web site has a standard text size of around 12 pixels.You can ask your Web browser to consistently display text using a larger or smaller typeface.
You can set your Web browser to ignore the colours that we have used on this Web site. You can also ask your browser to use your own preferred colour scheme when viewing this site.
Listen to our website
'Browsealoud' is free software that reads back the content of web pages to you. A voice reads out the words as you point your cursor to the text on the screen.
The software is useful for people with a vision impairment or those who have difficulty reading English.
How to install and use Browsealoud
It only takes a couple of minutes to install and you are ready to go. Versions are available for both PC and MAC.
Your computer will need to have suitable speakers or headphones to listen to the voice.
The Browsealoud user guide is available on the Browsealoud website for PC and for Mac users.
Accessible Information Standard
The Accessible Information Standard is there to make sure that disabled people who use adult social care services (and their carers) have access to information that they can understand and any communication support they might need.