The Internet is a great enabler. It is a source of freedom and ability for disabled audiences, providing the resources to empower lives by reducing barriers in a multitude of ways. The full advantages of the Internet cannot be fulfilled by disabled users, however, if web pages aren’t accessible.
For the visually impaired, deaf and hard of hearing people as well as those with motor or cognitive disabilities we will do all we can to ensure that needs are addressed first and foremost in all information and services provided by Gamble Aware.
We have aimed to make this site accessible to a wide audience and to ensure an enhanced experience for various users and technologies.
PC / Internet Explorer 7
From the menu bar underneath the search field, select Page and point to Text size
PC / other browsers
To increase text size hold down the Ctrl key and press ‘+’. To decrease text size hold down the Ctrl key and press ‘-’
Mac / all browsers
To increase text size hold down the Command key and press ‘+’. To decrease text size hold down the Command key and press ‘-’
Access keys can be used in the following ways:
hold down Alt
Hold down Ctrl
Hold down Alt and Shift
Hold down Shift and Escape
Then press one of the keys listed below:
'0' to jump to the accessibility page
'n' to jump to the site navigation
'c' to jump to the content
's' to jump to the site search
‘p’ to load our contact page
We welcome any feedback you have. Please feel free to contact us.
It is important to be able to recognise the signs that you may have a gambling problem.
Manage your gambling better by learning more about how you spend your time.
There are various forms of counselling and treatment for problem gambling issues.
Click on the drop down to select an option.