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Toolkits and guidelines

Report it Right - Guidelines for portraying people with disability

The media can play an important role in shifting the narrative around disability and support meaningful change in how the general public view and interact with people with disability.

The guidelines contain tips on words to use or avoid, advice on interviewing people with disability and pointers on image selection to support stories.

Report it Right guidelines (PDF 443.5 KB)

Inclusive Play – Guidelines for accessible playspaces

Play is an essential part of our children’s development and wellbeing.

Inclusive Play provides a set of guiding principles to support the design and development of playspaces enabling all children to play together.

The Inclusive Play guidelines are available online and in Easy Read, plain text and PDF formats.

Inclusive Play - Guidelines for accessible playspaces (PDF 1.5 MB)

Inclusive Play - Guidelines for accessible playspaces - Easy Read (PDF 3.5 MB)

Accessible and inclusive toolkits

Under the State Disability Inclusion plan, four toolkits have been developed to support South Australian government agencies and local councils to look at accessibility and inclusion differently. The toolkits are a starting point for ideas and strategies addressing barriers and promoting positive actions to assist with delivering the economic and social benefits of a more inclusive state.

Engagement and Consultation with People living with a Disability Toolkit (PDF 887.6 KB)

Accessible Communication Toolkit (PDF 392.7 KB)

Accessible Wayfinding and Signage Toolkit (PDF 1.2 MB)

Accessible and Inclusive Community Events Toolkit (PDF 1.0 MB)

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