Accessibility Tools

This explains the legal issues and financial options (including pension payments) for planning your own or someone else's funeral.

Tips on how to support a friend who is a victim or perpetrator of domestic or family violence.

Easy English fact sheet on mental health checklist. - NSW Council for Intellectual Disability (CID)

The language of disability changes quickly and different terms are used within and outside of Australia. It can be political; it can be personal and sometimes quite confusing.

A fact sheet of some of the acronyms in the disability sector.

Abuse can happen in all sorts of relationships including caring.

A healthy lifestyle includes a good diet, regular exercise and rest. People with intellectual disability have higher rates of obesity and get less exercise than the general population.

It is essential for carers to look after their own health and well-being as well as that of the person cared for! - Carers NSW

Information on Sending Sexual Images – State and Federal Laws.

Adapting and Modifying for People with Disability — Part Two - Including and challenging everyone while maintaining the integrity of the activity – Australian Sports Commission.