We are committed to providing online information and services accessible to all. Our website can easily be adjusted to suit your particular needs.

Accessibility statement

This website has been developed by DataLoch, a collaboration between the South East Scotland region’s Local Authorities, NHS health boards and The University of Edinburgh. DataLoch is based at the University of Edinburgh’s Usher Institute.

If you need to contact us regarding this website, please email dataloch@ed.ac.uk or use our online contact form - get in touch

Requesting web content in alternative formats

Please note that if you require any content or web related resources such as media, documents or downloads in an alternative format, you should contact us using our online contact form - get in touch

Report an accessibility problem

Please get in touch if you are experiencing any problems accessing our information and services online. You can contact us by emailing dataloch@ed.ac.uk or by using our online contact form - get in touch

Customising our site

The following links provide guidance on how to change your display settings, depending on your preferred browser:

Advice on making your device easier to use

AbilityNet has advice on making your device easier to use if you have a disability.

AbilityNet - My computer my way: https://mcmw.abilitynet.org.uk

Navigation aids for screen readers

If you are using a screen reader or speaking browser, we have special links on every page to help you navigate faster. These are often called ‘skip links’.

These menus will be read out to you. If you are not using assistive software, you will not see these links.