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The Royal Commission wants to know what you think

16 June 2020

The Disability Royal Commission has released five issues papers that need response from people with disability and the community. All papers are available in Easy Read and Auslan. disability royal commission issues papers

Find out more about the issues papers

“Easy for Me” Issue 2 – out now!

20 May 2020

We’re so excited to bring you another issue of “Easy for Me”. We had such a good response when we launched our first issue, we thought we’d better hurry up and make another one. Well, here it is!Easy for Me Issue 2 cover

Check out issue 2 of "Easy for Me"

Tips for running accessible events online

19 May 2020

Many arts and cultural organisations are offering online programs and services during the coronavirus lockdown, which is fantastic and helping to inspire people stuck at home. But accessibility can’t be forgotten about when rushing to get content online.

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Find out how to run an accessible event online

People with disability find new ways to connect during coronavirus lockdown

19 May 2020

Organisations around Australia are helping people with disability connect with each other during the coronavirus lockdown. They are running online social events that work so well they plan to continue them after the lockdown ends. people using zoom video chat

Find out more about how people with disability are connecting with each other

Pop-up website with coronavirus resources for disability advocates and families

19 May 2020

AdvoKit is a new pop-up website designed to give advocates all the resources they need in one place. It has key information and resources people need about coronavirus, with plain language summaries, links to source material and helpful tips for advocates.

Find out more about AdvoKitadvokit website

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