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Paving the Way

Early intervention for children with learning disabilities whose behaviours challenge

Accessibility Statement

The Challenging Behaviour Foundation is committed to ensuring that this website is accessible to everyone. If you have any questions or suggestions regarding the accessibility of this site, please contact us as we are continually striving to improve the experience for all visitors.

Accessibility features of this website

In the top right-hand corner of every page is an accessibility icon:

Access icon

Clicking on this icon will reveal an additional menu bar, at the top of the page:
Special menu

Skip to section

Clicking the ‘skip to menu’ button will move your view down to the main menu.
Clicking the ‘skip to content’ button will move your view down to the main content on the page you are on.

Colours and contrast

Selecting the ‘high contrast’ option will invert several of the colours, increasing readability.

PW - high contrast

Selecting the ‘greyscale’ option will remove the colour from the page:

PW - grey

Selecting the ‘default’ button returns the colours to their original format.

Adjusting font size

The ‘A+’ button on the accessibility menu increases the font size.


When selected, the ‘A+’ button is replaced by an ‘A-’ button. Clicking the ‘A-’ button returns the font to its original size.

Further information about setting up your computer for accessibility

The following website contains general information about how to customise your hardware (e.g. your keyboard, your mouse, your screen) to make them easier to use. The information on this website is aimed at people who can’t see very well, are blind, can’t hear very well, find words difficult, and/or find a keyboard or mouse hard to use.

Key words

We have tried to ensure that this website is easy to read, and that key words are clearly defined. For definitions of the terms: challenging behaviour and learning disability, please read our definitions.

This website is very new, so we accept that there may still be barriers to accessibility that we haven’t fully addressed. Please contact with any concerns, questions or suggestions you might have.