Accessible and Inclusive Toolkits
Includes Toolkits and guidelines for Accessible:
Play Spaces – Communication – Wayfinding and Signage – Community Events and consultation groups with people living with disability
Author: South Australian Government
This co-design guide will provide you with directions on how to successfully engage, connect and co-design with people with disability.
Author: People with Disability Western Australia
Disability Employment Targets
The business case for disability employment targets. Guidelines for setting and achieving targets to increase the employment of people with disability.
Author: Australian Network on Disability
Self Advocacy at Work
Self-Advocacy@Work helps autistic people navigate the world of employment, understand workplace rights and develop self-advocacy skills.
Source: Autism CRC (Cooperative Research Centres)
Autistics Guide to Adulthood
From making friends and self-care, to entering the workforce and advocating for your needs, this interactive resource for the Autistic community , co-designed by autistic adults, aims to provide useful information, strategies and activities.
Author: Collaboration between Australian Government, Autism SA and University of Adelaide
Sport 4 All
Giving community sport clubs and schools the support and skills to include people with disability
when, where and how they choose. A national award winning program dedicated to enhancing inclusivity in sports
by empowering local sporting clubs, schools and communities to embrace diversity and create opportunities for people with disability.
Includes inclusion check list, free online training and resources.
Author: Collaboration between Australian Government, Australian Sports Commission and Get Skilled Access
- Discover strengths for the workplace or further education
- Identify and communicate sensory preferences and skills
- Set goals based on personalised suggestions
- Create a team to support your progress
Author: Autism Cooperative Research Centre’s (CRC) Australian Government
The information on this site and our free ‘AUTISM WORKS’ downloadable information guides can help you explore ways to be more inclusive for Autistic and autism communities.
By implementing this guidance, you are making a meaningful start in recognising Autistic strengths and all the ways that autism works.
Author: Government of South Australia – Office for Autism
Introduction to Universal Design – online course
Centre for Universal Design Australia (CUDA) online course, Introduction to Universal Design, is free and available now.