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Witherslack Group provide parents and carers a fully inclusive website experience

Witherslack young people tailored support

To enable parents, carers, and professionals to access online content without any barriers, Witherslack Group is proud to announce a new accessibility and language feature on its websites.

Witherslack Group provides specialist education and care for children and young people with social, emotional and mental health needs, communication difficulties, ADHD and complex learning needs. The Group’s focus on support, care and acceptance allows each young person to develop as an independent individual, equipped with the knowledge, experience and life skills to look to the future with increased confidence and aspiration

The Group and school websites have integrated Recite Me, a web accessibility toolbar that allows all visitors to customise the site in a way that works best for them.

Greg Deak, Marketing Manager of Witherslack Group commented, “As the leading provider of specialist education and care, we’re continually working to find new ways to enable parents, carers and professionals to access our online content. Our new partnership with Recite Me will provide new accessibility options to enable more people to access our information, advice, and support.”

People with disabilities, learning difficulties, visual impairments or people who speak English as a second language will be able to use a wide range of features to support their visit, including, text to speech reader, fully customisable styling tools, reading support features and a translation function with over 100 languages, including 35 text to speech voices

Ross Linnett, Recite Me founder and CEO, added, “Witherslack Group go above and beyond to create life-changing experiences and it is great that we have partnered together to provide a fully inclusive website. Through assistive technology, everyone will be able to access information to support children, young people, and their families.”