The DOUGLAS BADER FOUNDATION website has been designed so that it is easy to navigate in order to help you find the information you need when you need it. However, if you are having trouble finding your way around the site, the information below may help you.
Tools for finding your way around The Douglas Bader Foundation website:
Left Hand Navigation Bar - Use the navigation menu on the left hand side which is divided into the main subject categories under which the editorial can be found. Some categories are divided into sub-sections relating to the main category topic. By clicking on the category or sub-category you are interested in you will be taken to the first page of that section.
Top navigation bar – The top navigation bar is designed to help you use the site with more ease, so it is worth clicking on these categories to find out more about the Limb Loss Information Centre website.
Site Search – Use the search engine located on the right hand side of the top navigation bar to conduct a website search. This will only search for information on our website. Enter a keyword on the subject you are interested in and links to all relevant articles on that subject will be displayed.
If you would prefer to view this site in a larger font size, please click on one of the 3 letters ‘A’s in the top-right corner of the site.
Downloading documents – Some of the documents are in PDF format. To open these documents you will need the software Adobe Acrobat Reader. You can download this for free from the Adobe website. Click on the Get Acrobat reader Icon to download the necessary software.
We hope you find this website useful. If you have any recommendations for improvements to this site please contact email@example.com or Keith Delderfield whose details are in the Contact Us section.