Accessibility services to help
with your day to day banking

Help with your day to day banking

We're always looking to improve our services to help our customers with their day to day banking. You can find a range of information and details of the different accessibility options we provide below.

How we can help

In branch

We're working to make our branches easier to access for everyone.

Cash machines

We've added features to our cash machines to make them easier to use, with more on the way.


If you have any visual impairments, we provide several services free of charge, when it comes to our correspondence.

Using our website

We're always working to make our website more accessible. And, we have a number of features that can help with using it.

Accessible debit card

We provide all our personal and premier customers with an accessible debit card.

Braille card wallet

We can provide a braille card wallet to help you identify your card.


In our branches

There are a range of services offered in our branches which can help with your visit and banking needs.

Minicom and text relay

If you need to make use of minicom or text relay services, we can help out.

Using SignVideo for British Sign Language users

SignVideo provides on demand interpretation to enable British Sign Language users to have access to telephone banking services.


Improving our branch access

92% of our branches currently have wheelchair access. We're working with the national spinal cord injury charity Back Up to make further improvements to all of our new and refurbished branches.

Working with Back Up

Back Up is a national charity helping people affected by spinal cord injury – they offer wheelchair skills training, peer mentoring, activity courses and support getting back to school or work.


Options in branch

To help out in branch, there's a range of options available which can help with your day to day banking.

Dexterity on our website

We're actively working to make our website easier to use all the time.

Other ways to assist you

There are many ways to bank with us that offer support to customers who need assistance with disability and accessibility.

Community Bankers

Our Community Bankers bring the bank to local communities, offering customers face to face assistance and support.

Mobile branches

For specific locations, mobile branches allow you to do all your usual everyday banking, like making deposits, withdrawing cash and paying bills.

Smartphone accessibility functions

We've created a range of videos to help you with the accessibility functions on your iPhone or Android smartphone.


Using the accessibility shortcut on your phone

This video provides a range of short and simple steps to use the accessibility features on your mobile.

Larger text

Use larger text on your mobile phone

If you're not sure how to adjust the text size on your mobile phone, this video can help you out.

Phone display

Make your mobile phone display easier to see

Our short video talks through some steps that can help make your mobile display easier to see in a number of different ways.

Our Accessible Debit Card

We provide all our personal and premier customers with an accessible debit card. It’s been specially designed to be easier to use, especially if you have accessibillity needs. The card has several features:

  • A notch carved out of the side of the card, to help you work out which way round to insert your card into a cash machine or card reader.
  • A series of raised dots or lines, so you’ll know which card is your NatWest card.
  • Telephone numbers on the back of the card are 50% larger to make reading easier.

Numbers on our accessible card are not embossed. If you require braille, large print or audio correspondence, an embossed card accredited by the Royal National Institute of Blind People is available.

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