If you're using eyegaze equipment to view our site we've provided some guidance that may help with navigation and finding your way around.
There are a number of options to find information on the site, and you may find that one particular option, or a combination of options helps you best.
Using the drop down menu navigation
The main navigation uses a drop down option. You can either go directly to the section by viewing the menu item (eg "Support and information) or hover over the item to expand the menu using the gaze function. This will then show you further content within that section.
If you use the drop down menu, move between the menu items and use gaze or mouse click to select the option. The left hand options are clickable and if viewed using gaze will also reveal additional menu options on the right.
Using the main menu to visit "hub" pages
As mentioned above, you can directly select one of the options from the main menu (eg Support and information). To do this, you should use a mouse click control. Selecting an item will take you to a hub page. From here, you can select where to go from the main panels or links shown on the page.
You can also move back to previous pages using the links in the grey section. This is called a 'breadcrumb trail' and will show where you are within the site. You can see an example of this at the top of this page.
Using the left hand menu
If you're visiting a page on the site that displays a small left hand menu, you can also use this to select where to visit next with the section of the site you are in. An example of this is at the top left hand side of this page.
The menu can expanded by selecting the 3 parallel lines, and items can be selected either using the gaze function or mouse click.