Making our information accessible

Information in Alternative FormatsExample BrowseAloud button

Using Browsealoud at the top of every webpage allows you to instantly access all our online information in a range of languages and formats. 

Also, did you know that, upon request, we can provide any of our information in a wide range of formats including:

  • large print / different coloured paper or text
  • Easy Read
  • braille
  • recorded onto a tape
  • alternative language

We also have a range of information on our website in Easy Read.  

To find out more, simply contact us by:

If you are deaf or hard of hearing, you can also get in touch through the Text Relay Service. Visit for more information and to download an app for your mobile.

Interpreter Service

To assist you with face to face or telephone contact with us, we can also arrange for you to be supported by:

  • British Sign Language interpreters
  • foreign language interpreters (face to face or telephone)

Communication Support Tools

Helping to make sure people who have difficulties understanding and /or communicating get an equal service in hospital. The Hospital Communication Book has been developed on behalf of the Learning Disability Partnership Board in Surrey.

This guidance also provides practical support for the communication needs of people with an autistic spectrum disorder (ASD).

Health Information in alternative languages

This link takes you to a range of health information which is already available in alternative languages.

Our aim is to make sure you can access our services so if your needs are not covered by the information on this page, please let us know.

Accessing NHS help and support with BSL