Accessibility Tools

Tips on how to choose the right physical activity for you, with descriptions of the benefits of various activities.

This free one-hour tour and workshop for years K-12 explores the collection and some exhibitions. For students with impaired vision, hearing, and intellectual capacity.

Access programs include sensory tours, Auslan interpreters, audio-description, tailored tours for people with intellectual disability or dementia. These are free if booked two weeks in advance.

This chart compares the leading brands of power wheelchairs that elevate, tilt and recline. This includes speed, physical dimensions, color options, battery, options.

The 3 December 2014, International Day of People with Disability, appropriately marks the commencement of the NSW Disability Inclusion Act (2014), which promotes the rights of people with disability.

An Easy Read, specifically intended for people with learning disabilities. Explains what dementia is, who can get it, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment and prevention.

This explains the Living Life My Way process to people with disability, their family and carers in NSW. It covers from application for individualised funding to needing more support.

This presents results of the 2013 National Drug Strategy Household Survey on drug and alcohol usage in Australia.

These checklists stimulate discussion with youth with chronic health conditions during the stages of transition from children to adult hospital. NSW Health, 7pp.

Tips on talking to doctors and other health care staff at an appointment.