We believe that universal menstrual literacy can ease global menstrual suffering for the benefit of all
As such, we are actively evolving our platform and content so that it can be accessible to all and no one is excluded.
Currently the website and course is available on all devices so can be accessed at any time and through a smart phone (which we recognise is, for some, the available internet access).
Within the course, subtitles are provided on all videos.
For ease of understanding, we have provided a 1-2 sentence summary with the three key takeaways (or ‘top tips’) underneath each Course video.
The entire course content is currently being developed so it can be downloaded and accessed offline, as well as available in pdf format to print (January 2023).
We are currently investigating translating the website and course into the languages spoken in the UK, including Welsh.
We are currently working with reviewers at the British Dyslexia Association and National Autistic Society and are seeking to improve access and content inclusivity and accessibility.
We are due to go through an Inclusivity Audit with Purple, who provide consultancy to ensure an improved user experience for disabled people and their families (December 2022).
Our web platform supports Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 Level AA and 2.1 Level AA.
Please note, we are continuously seeking to develop the accessibility of the course.
We’re learning as we go. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have a specific need.
Please also read our Equality, Diversity and Inclusivity policy.