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Region Skåne is responsible for this website. We strive to make it as accessible as possible for all our visitors. Below you will find an overview of how we comply with the law on accessibility to digital public services, as well as how you can report any issues to us.

How accessible is the website?

We are aware that there are certain parts of our website that are not fully accessible. Please see the section on inaccessible content below for more information.

What you can do if you encounter accessibility issues or if you need access to information on our website that is not accessible to you, please fill in this form at and we will assist you.

Report deficiencies in website accessibility

We are continuously working to improve the accessibility of our website and address any issues. If you discover problems that are not described here or believe that we are not meeting legal requirements, please contact us.

Response time is typically one week.

If you have reported an issue to us and are not satisfied with how we handle it, you have the option to contact the Agency for Digital Government, DIGG, and inform them of your situation: Report to the Agency for Digital Government ( (In Swedish)

Information about website accessibility

Our website partially complies with the requirements of the law on accessibility to digital public services. Descriptions of known issues are provided below. Our ambition is to have addressed all known accessibility issues by Decmber 2024.

Inaccessible content

  • Ensure sufficient contrast between text and background (WCAG 2.1 AA, Contrast (Minimum))
  • There are documents on the website that are not accessibility-compliant

Read Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG), version 2.1 – website in English (

How we tested the website

We conduct regular internal tests of and have also conducted automated tests by an external party prior to the launch in September-October 2023.

The latest external evaluation was performed in September 2023. The website was published in October 2023. This accessibility statement was last updated on 21 September, 2023.