When done well, accessibility statements move the focus away from a person’s impairment, and instead provides the information a person may need to judge whether they will be able to access everything on offer. It should reassure and address some of the barriers disabled people commonly face. It is suggested an accessibility statement covers the same areas as the self-assessment. It can be, but doesn’t have to be a standalone document / web page.
There are prompts throughout the tool on what you could include in the statement.
As a minimum any accessibility statement should include the following key messages: