Accessibility Tools

In this video, Women with Disabilities Australia (WWDA) members talk about what human rights are and why they are important.

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Timely access to best-practice early childhood intervention is vital for children with developmental delay or disability to ensure they achieve the best possible outcomes throughout their life.

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Three years ago Julie was diagnosed with Stevens-Johnson Syndrome - a condition that caused Julie to lose her vision. Through the National Disability Insurance Scheme, Julie was able to regain her independence and pursue her new dreams.

There are 4 ways you can manage your plan under the NDIS. Find out what they are. When you have finished My Learning Passport, click on the link below to enter your details, and we will send you a certificate. http://goo.gl/forms/U7YV8nziux

Australian Sign Language (Auslan) interpretation of the Permanent and Significant / Reasonable and Necessary video

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Things People With Down's Syndrome Are Tired of Hearing. From being spoken to as if they are children, to assuming they can't work or have relationships.

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SafeWander™ is the world’s first wearable sensor that sends an alert to a caregiver’s mobile device when a loved one or a patient gets up from a bed or chair, even if the caregiver is far away. Giving you peace of mind.

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Good to see how far Virgin Atlantic goes with this free service, helping any passengers get comfortable about taking a flight by trialing in their rig before booking a holiday.

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3-minute trailer for the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games. Signed & Subtitled and Audio Described versions are available in the playlist.

Randy, a student from the University of Tasmania, discusses how she has benefited from inclusive technology, in particular text-to-speech and voice dictation technology.