1 in 5 Australians - that's about 4 million of us - currently live with a disability. That's a big number, and one that's going to grow as Australia's population ages.
Some of the conditions that can make it hard for people to use the web include:
- vision or hearing impairment
- attention deficit disorder
At McCallum Disability Services we do our best to make sure everyone can easily access all of our information and services.
Our policy is for everything we do to be aligned with the AA standard under the World Wide Web Consortium's (otherwise known as W3C) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 2.0)
All our websites and apps are optimised to be accessible and we're continually testing and improving them to meet accessibility needs.
Help us to be more accessible
Please let us know if:
- you have a disability, and you're having trouble using one of our sites or apps
- you've seen something we could improve for people using assistive technologies like screen readers
How to contact us
- Click here to write us an email.
- Call us on 5334 1921
- If you're deaf or have a hearing or speech impairment, you can contact us through the National Relay Service (NRS).