Last updated 1 May 2020
At Slimming World, our vision is to make a real difference to as many people’s lives as we can… and we do. We want to ensure that every Slimming World member’s experience is a great one and that they feel we’ve done everything we can to support them.
Many of our resources are available in different formats, to help meet your needs.
If you’re a Group member who needs a New Member Pack in a larger-print format or as an audio book on a series of CDs, please ask your Consultant. They’ll happily order a copy from Head Office and bring it along to group. Online members who need access to these resources should contact the online support team.
We’ve also worked in conjunction with the RNIB to create a selection of audio books, including:
As well as these resources, we’re continually working to improve the accessibility and usability of our websites. You can use the Slimming World website with a screen reader, screen magnifier or other access technology. It can be viewed on different screen sizes and the size of the text can be changed too. See the Website accessibility section below for more details.
Our Consultants will be able to give you information about wheelchair access in their venues. They can also answer these questions…
If you’re worried about the weighing-in process, please do talk to your Consultant about the options available. The safest way for our disabled members to be weighed in is by a health professional; however, some Consultants may be able to offer alternative solutions if you would like to be weighed in group.
The digital team at Slimming World is committed to making sure our website and apps are accessible to all our customers and ultimately comply with level AA of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines – WCAG 2.1.
In order to help us achieve and then maintain our objective, we have commissioned The Digital Accessibility Centre to work with us in an advisory and auditing capacity.
Using your browser, you can change the size of text on this website. The BBC website has lots of useful information on how make your screen more readable.
If you would like to contact us about any accessibility issues or suggestions we’d love to hear from you. Please phone our Disability Access number, 01773 300 173.