Accessibility Policy

At Sheehan & Barry, we are committed to ensuring digital accessibility for people with disabilities. We continually strive to improve the user experience for everyone and adhere to relevant accessibility standards. Our efforts are guided by the Disability Act 2005 and the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1.

Accessibility Features

  1. Keyboard Navigation: Our website can be easily navigated using keyboard controls, allowing users who rely on keyboards for navigation to access all features and content.
  2. Screen Reader Compatibility: We have designed our website to be compatible with popular screen readers, enabling users with visual impairments to access and understand the content effectively.
  3. Alternative Text for Images: All images on our website are accompanied by descriptive alternative text, providing users with screen readers or those who have images disabled with meaningful information.
  4. Contrast and Colour Choices: We have ensured sufficient colour contrast ratios between text and background elements, making content easily readable for users with low vision or colour blindness.
  5. Resizable Text: Users can adjust the text size on our website without loss of content or functionality, ensuring readability for individuals with visual impairments.
  6. Forms and Interactive Elements: All forms and interactive elements on our website are designed to be accessible via keyboard controls and are properly labelled for screen reader users.
  7. Semantic HTML: We utilize semantic HTML markup to enhance the structure and accessibility of our web pages, facilitating navigation and comprehension for all users.

Ongoing Improvements

We are committed to regularly reviewing and improving the accessibility of our website. Our team conducts accessibility audits, solicits feedback from users, and stays informed about advancements in accessibility standards and technologies to ensure that our website remains inclusive and accessible to all.


If you encounter any accessibility barriers while using our website or have suggestions for improvement, please contact us at Your feedback is valuable to us as we strive to provide an accessible online experience for all users.

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