Communicating effectively with people with disabilities
This Information Sheet aims to provide some practical advice and helpful tips to help you feel more confident communicating with people with disability.
Author: National Disability Coordination Officer Program
Resource includes picture board, sentence board, spelling board and how to use each.
You can also download the same samples from here
Author : NDIA
Inclusive Play Guidelines- Easy Read
Easy read versions of the Guidelines to support design and development of inclusive play spaces
Playspaces provide opportunities for community members to come together – to talk, to share and to connect. They are a place where friendships are formed, and memories are made. Inclusive playspaces can change people’s attitudes and promote diversity and inclusion.
Author : Inclusive SA
DARU: Guide – How to be disability inclusive
This paper is a guide to disability inclusion and how to ensure we can all live and work in an accessible world.
Author : DARU – Disability Advocacy Resource Unit
Managing volunteers for retention
Once you have recruited some volunteers, your next objective is to keep them coming back. You can do this through effective management of your volunteer program.
Author : Volunteering Victoria
Recruiting and Retaining Volunteers
Recruiting and retaining volunteers is an essential part of running a successful volunteer program. This booklet provides useful information to help you attract, engage and retain volunteers.
Author : City of Swan – Western Australia
The great (volunteer) resignation: An evidence-based strategy for retaining volunteers
Offers evidence-based recommendations for key actions that will have the greatest impact on volunteer retention and minimise turnover rates in volunteer involving organisations.
Author: National Strategy for Volunteering Research Working Group – Dr Vivien W. Forner, Dr Djurre Holtrop, Dr Darja Kragt and Associate Professor Anya Johnson – September 2022