This site is designed to use features of the newer browsers such as Firefox 2+, Internet Explorer 7+ and Safari 3+
Modern browsers have sophisticated means to zoom in and out of a page, incresing the legibility of text, and indeed some browsers such as safari have a "reader" mode that can strip out extraneous pictures etc to make reading a web page much easier for the visually impaired.
The css implentation on this site enables the page to be displayed without styling without a resulting loss of information, a feature useful for those who have difficulty reading certain colours. Using a tableless design (tables only contain information) is useful in this instance and for those using text-to-speech software.
Links and page titles are descriptive and relate to the content of the item
Documents where provided on the site are in the accessible PDF format - visit adobe.com for details. Acrobat includes a text to speech mechanism which is particularly useful. Since the site also has the ability to produce a PDF of any page, this text-to-speech feature is readily available to most users.
This is automatically generated and creates an up-to-date map of the information available on the site.
The News section features three feeds - "Acupuncture in the news", "Press releases" and "Press statements" which enable you to receive notifications of updates as they happen to these sections.