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    Communication Strategies [ docx: 92 KB ]
    These fact sheets from the disAbility Aware Kit feature plain-English tips to help people feel more comfortable and confident when communicating with people with a disability.
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    Communication Tips
    Many of us are unsure what to say or do when we meet someone who moves, acts or communicates differently. How do you make your presence known to a blind person? You meet someone who uses a wheelc...
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    Communication: Listening to students with problems
    Students will sometimes encounter problems during the year and you may be called on to provide some help. Some may directly approach you to ask for support while others may be reluctant to ask an...
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    Consulting with students about their disability related needs
    Students are not generally required to provide information about the functional implications of their disability (rather than the details of the disability itself) to facilitate the provision of suppo...
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    Interactions: A guide to assisting people with disabilities
    1999 Co-operative Project (NSW). "Interactions" is a guide to assist staff in post secondary institutions interact more effectively with people with disabilities. The booklet is in four parts: Emerge...
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    Just Like You - Video
    A guide to etiquette and communication with people with a disability (Video and Booklet). This video allows people with a range of disabilities to speak for themselves about how service providers, ...
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    National Relay Service (NRS)
    The National Relay Service (NRS) is provided by the Australian Communications Exchange (ACE). By typing on a textphone or computer with a modem, people who are Deaf, or have a hearing or speech / com...
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    Vision Australia: Plain English Guidelines
    Many Australians have difficulty reading a standard printed document. This may be for a variety of reasons. Universal access means making information, services, events and venues accessible to as many...
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    Work Talk: effective workplace communication with employees
    Work Talk: There are three work books in this series, each discusses in detail effective workplace communication with employees with a disability. The disabilities include, intellectual disability, ...
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