Accessibility

We’re constantly working to make our website as accessible and usable as possible. Find out more about accessibility and using Google translate on our website to access our content in other languages.

Level AA conformance, W3C WAI Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.1

Our website has been designed to meet WCAG 2.1 AA standards. The standard is an internationally recognised set of recommendations for improving web accessibility.

They explain how to make digital services, websites and apps accessible to everyone, including users with impairments to their:

  • vision - like severely sight impaired (blind), sight impaired (partially sighted) or colour blind people
  • hearing - like people who are deaf or hard of hearing
  • mobility - like those who find it difficult to use a mouse or keyboard
  • thinking and understanding - like people with dyslexia, autism or learning difficulties

Get help

AbilityNet provides guidance about how to:

Translate information on our website

Google translate is a free tool that you can use to translate words, phrases and web pages from English into over 100 other languages.

You can access Google translate on our website and select the language you wish to translate into. You will find the Google translate option just below the 'donate' button on mobile and at the top of the webpage under the Bliss logo on desktop.

You can also use the tool for any website by visiting Google translate and adding in the website address and selecting the language you wish to translate into.

Please be aware that Google translate is a machine translation engine. It will not have the same accuracy as material translated by a human translator. Bliss does not accept any responsibility for the accuracy of the translations.

Thoughts or feedback?

Contact us if you have any trouble using our website or would like to provide some thoughts and feedback