This website is managed by Avon and Wiltshire Mental Health Partnership (AWP) NHS Trust. Our aim is to provide accessible information and ensure equal access to our services, so that everyone can use the AWP website.
You can find out more about how we make our website accessible below, including details on how we can further help you if you need to access information in a different format.
Access keys allow you to get to a specific page from the navigation menu by using your keyboard. You can use your keyboard arrows (left/right/up/down) to browse through the navigation menus on a page to find what you are looking for.
Our website remains accessible if you have a visual impairment. It has been tested and is compatible with a range of screen-reading software and different devices.
Languages and Google Translate
You can use Google's free online translate service directly from our website. This is available via the 'Select Language' feature which appears at the top of each page.
Please note: AWP is not responsible for the accuracy of translation provided via this feature. Medical and technical terms may not always translate accurately on Google Translate.
Interpreting and translation services
If your first language is not English or if you use British Sign Language, our staff can book a range of interpreting and translation services for you.
The Royal College of Psychiatrists website offers a range of leaflets about different mental health conditions translated into over 25 languages.
You can also access an area of our website called BSLSpace which provides information about our services in British Sign language via videos and subtitles.
Our staff can organise large print versions of letters or leaflets on request
We are also developing a range of Easy Read information.
This site has been developed and tested in several internet browsers including Internet Explorer 7 and above, Firefox, Opera, Safari and Google Chrome. This site will not work to its full potential for users of Internet Explorer 6 and below. We recommend upgrading your internet browser to the latest version.
We constantly strive to improve our website and work with both members of the public and our service users and carers to make sure the site can be accessed by all. If you have any difficulty accessing any of our content, please contact us below with your feedback so we can improve our accessibility.