Digital Accessibility User Network

At FACS, we’re making our websites accessible.

We want everyone to be able to connect with us, and use our websites in a way that suits their needs.

Would you like to help us make sure our websites are accessible?

We have setup a Digital Accessibility User Network.

This group of people will:

  • Discuss how we can make sure our websites are accessible
  • Test websites
  • Give us feedback on how we’re doing.

We’re looking for people who:

  • Have a mental or physical disability or particular learning need or cognitive condition such as dyslexia.
  • Have experience using assistive technology, such as JAWS, NVDA, or mobile devices or apps.

Important note! You don’t have to have a lot of experience with computers to take part. We are very interested in talking to people with low to medium levels of experience as well as those more experienced using computers.

Would you like to know more?

We have created a document that explains how the meetings and user testing sessions will work. We call this document the Terms of Reference for the Accessibility User Network . It also explains how we’ll choose who joins the Network, and what’s expected of both you and of us.

We’ll create a list of people who are interested in being in the Network, and we’ll contact people when we need their feedback on digital developments and what works for them.

If you’ve got questions or need more information, please email