Accessibility Tools

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Carolyn Campbell-McLean talks about My Choice Matters and the ways that you can get involved. My Choice Matters is here to work with you so you can get the skills to live life your way.

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The app provides users of the NRS with access to a number of call options, including internet relay, Speak and Listen, captioned relay, and video relay.

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An inspiring poem for parents of children with special needs

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Systemic advocates work with groups of people with disability, advocacy agencies and other organisations to change legislation, policy and service practices to produce long-term positive changes.

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Physically Being Me - Six Stories from Deaf and Disabled Dancers by Foundation for Community Dance

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Thorkil Sonne started the company Specialisterne (Danish for “the specialists”) on the theory that an autistic adult could be the best person for a certain job, given the right environment.

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A young man who is deaf describes some of his experiences in living with an unsupportive family without communication aids, and how people can be respectful.


This episode explains Aspergers Syndrome in a way that even judgmental adults can understand! Great way to have your visiting relatives and holiday guests understand your Asperger child’s actions and reactions during a lengthy stay.

Map of North Sydney

Accessibility features at the North Sydney Olympic Pool are fully explained.

Sydney Opera House Sails

The 2014 Accessibility Program makes Sydney Opera House open and enjoyable to people with disabilities. It features Auslan-interpreted and audio-described performances, pre-show sensory touch tours, autism-friendly performances.