Here at Linkage, we’re committed to making our website easy to use for people who have a disability.
If you rely on assistive technologies (such as Braille or screen readers) to access the web and encounter problems visiting our website, please let us know.
If you’re using a desktop computer or laptop, you can get around our website without a mouse.
We’ve given access keys to some pages - keyboard shortcuts which mean you can make a ‘click’ without using the mouse. The way you do this depends on your operating system and browser.
Here are the shortcut keys that will take you to pages such as the home page and Webhealth search.
|0||Accessibility page (this page)|
|2||Webhealth search page|
|6||Work ability assessments|
To use access keys hold down the CONTROL + OPTION (ALT) keys and then one of the access keys. These instructions apply to all browsers (when using a Mac).
To use access keys hold down the ALT key and then one of the access keys. In some browsers you may have to press ENTER to confirm your choice. In the Opera 7 browser press SHIFT-ESC, release those keys, and then press your chosen access key. For Firefox, hold SHIFT-ALT, then press the access key.
|Web browser||Function keys|
|Firefox||Hold down the ALT and SHIFT keys and select the number, letter or character of the access key|
|Internet Explorer||Hold down the ALT key and select the number, letter or character of the access key, then press ENTER|
|Google Chrome||Hold down the ALT (and sometimes SHIFT) keys and select the number/letter/character of the access key|
|Opera||Hold down the SHIFT and ESC keys and release, then select the number/letter/character of the access key|
|Safari||Hold down the ALT key and select the number/letter/character of the access key|