Most children learn to control their bladder and bowel by 18 months of age. Around this age children will typically show an interest in toilet training. Bowel control usually is attained before bladder control and girls generally a few months before boys.

Fine motor skills are the use of smaller muscles of the hand such as when your child uses pencils and scissors or ties their shoelaces. Difficulties with these skills can compromise your child’s performance at school, confidence and independence.

Independence in dressing will typically take a child four years. Learning to undress usually happens first. Children with developmental disorders such as intellectual impairment or Autism Spectrum Disorder are likely to face difficulties with dressing.

Gross motor skills are physical skills that require whole body movements, which involve the large core muscles of the body to perform functions. These skills set the foundation for more complex and specialised skills.

Outlines the access symbols available for use in signage, information and marketing materials.

Accessible style guide for web, print or multimedia design which is accessible for users who are D/deaf or hard of hearing.

Tips for adhering to web, print and multimedia design principles for people who are blind or have low vision and navigate web and documents via the use of a screen reader.

Tips for meeting web, print and multimedia design principles for people with low vision.

Tips for meeting web, print and multimedia design principles for people with physical or motor disabilities.

Accessible style guide for developing web and other multimedia content which is accessible for people on the autism spectrum.