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Accessibility Tools

A young girl with disability is laying in the grass, she has her eyes closed, is smiling with her hands partly covering her face.

The impact of COVID-19 has been widespread and has changed the way many things work. While we know it has been a challenging time for some people with a disability, there have also been some positive changes that have happened.

Child with cochlear implant sitting alongside an adult, learning

COVID-19 has changed the education landscape in Australia. Lockdowns, School Closures, restrictions, all impact our children's education, and daily changes take place. For parents of children with a disability, we gather some resources to help you make informed choices and tips to help you.

Two hand made face masks with clear inserts for lip reading lay on a table. Beside them are hearing aids, scissors and a pincushion.

Masks are considered a tool to protect ourselves and each other from Coronavirus. We try and bring together all the info you need about masks in one place. Communication needs, Autism and Masks, fogging, making, wearing and washing face masks; and the lawful reasons that masks are not needed.

A young man with prosthetic leg is reclining on the floor and watching a laptop, he has earphones in.

Armchair travel has existed for centuries. In the wake of COVID-19, the concept is taking on a fresh direction. Digital travel is the new way to ramble the world as we recover. As the travel and tourism collective plan to regenerate, the use of digital media to entice travellers in the interim has shown to be strategic, and that benefits us all.

A rapid antigen test

What's the difference between a PCR test and a RAT, and which one should you use?

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Here are some ways you can continue to protect yourself and your community even though restrictions have been rolled back. 

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Rules and regulations about where people can go, what they can do and what they should wear were put in place across Australia to help slow the spread of COVID-19. 

A smart phone with blank screen is in focus, in the background is a brochure, cards and the black and white square of a QR code in a display holder.

QR check-ins are only required at nightclubs, and for all music festivals with more than 1,000 people. Hospitals, aged and disability facilities may use their existing systems for recording visitors. 

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The Check In Qld app is a contactless, free, secure and convenient way for customers to sign into a Queensland business.

Syringe, vaccine bottle and calendar

The easing of public health measures and travel restrictions has created a surge in both COVID-19 and Influenza A (the Flu) cases as we come into winter. Both respiratory illnesses can be very dangerous and it's best to be protected.