The Disability Discrimination Act (1995) aims to stop discrimination against people with disabilities and requires employers, providers of services and owners of premises to make reasonable adaptations to accommodate their needs.
The Woodland Trust is committed to complying with the requirements of the Act and to providing an environment in which each person is treated fairly and without prejudice. We reflect this commitment to equal opportunities in all aspects of our work and in particular as follows:
Information and enquiry services
We aim to take reasonable steps to accommodate the needs of people with disabilities in production of information leaflets and other key literature for supporters or members of the public, including web-based material.
This website has a range of special modifications to help everyone enjoy it fully including:
- Tool tips and alt text placed on all links and images so they can be easly read by speech readers
- The ability to change the colour and size of text and pages through our accessibility options
Find out what we're doing to make other areas of our work, such as our woods, accessible by reading our full DDA Policy (PDF)