Understanding Well-being Data


We want well-beingdata.com to be as accessible as possible. We want to remove obstacles that might prevent people accessing and enjoying the book’s content and all related media.

This is our accessibility pledge.


This website needs to be accessible: accessible inclusively to all people, accessible in turn to their chosen devices, and accessible on connections of varying speeds.

We designed and built this site to be easy to use by everyone, whatever your needs. We have thoroughly tested this site with the aim to meet WCAG1 2.0 compliance, as outlined by the standards body of the W3C2.

We will review the accessibility of our website on a regular basis to keep up to date with latest advances and changes.

Any issues? Please let us know

We hope you will not have any problems using our site or attending one of our events. However, it is impossible to foresee all circumstances.

If you do find any issues, we would love to know. Please get in touch and tell us – we’d like to fix the problem if we can. If you have any queries about the book itself, in the first instance please email Susan.

  1. Web Content Accessibility Guidelines []
  2. The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) is an international commmunity who work together to develop Web standards. []