Accessibility Tools


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IDEAS have published a guide for event planners, venue and business operators, as well as hoteliers and tourism operators on making simple and insightful choices that make their businesses and events more inclusive and accessible for all.

The Heart Foundation compiled tips and recipes for healthy vegetable main dishes, soups, salads etc. 32pp.

The Heart Foundation compiled easy recipes for tasty and affordable meals for the family. 32pp.

Heart Foundation Cheap Eats. Easy, tasty and economical family meals. Image of savoury mince dish on bed of rice with kernels of corn, chunks of tomato and sprinkling of coriander.

The Heart Foundation compiled easy, tasty and economical recipes for the whole family, costing less than $2.50 per serve. 40 pages.

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This NDIS Pre-planning Toolkit is for people who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing entering Higher Education or Vocational Education and Training.

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This booklet explores parenting after separation: coping with the break-up, issues to discuss with ex-partner, explaining to the children, what to expect, how to help, ground rules for parenting, issues of safety, common mistakes.

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A resource to assist tourism operators understand their legal obligations in relation to accessibility, increase their knowledge about the market for inclusive tourism, and develop strategies to improve the accessibility of their business.

The long version of How to Transition to Tertiary Education: Helpful Hints for People with Autism Spectrum Disorder includes useful information, student stories, answers to frequently asked questions, worksheets and links to additional resources.

This recipe book from The Gut Foundation contains healthy recipes for people troubled by stomach aches due to conditions of the gastrointestinal tract.