About Disability Confidence Canberra
Disability Confidence Canberra is an important new initiative that provides information and tools to organisations, groups, businesses and employers who want to be more inclusive and accessible for people who are ageing or have disability.
Disability Confidence Canberra is a speaking and education program for businesses, organisations and local community groups to equip them with information on disability, facts on disability employment, and practical tools to become disability confident.
It is a joint project with the ACT Inclusion Council, ACT Government and Eric Martin and Associates.
Disability Confidence Canberra has already presented and engaged with Commonwealth agencies, community groups and local non-government organisations. It is a great way for organisations and their members to increase disability awareness and learn practical steps they can make to promote better opportunities for people with disability in the ACT.
For more information about Disability Confidence Canberra, including booking an event contact 6207 1086 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Disability Confidence Canberra resources
Information Handbook – provides information about including customers and employees who are ageing or have a disability in the Australian Capital Territory; practical tips and checklists; a general guide to information about legal requirements and standards as well as contacts and resources. Click here to download the Information Handbook
Manual and Checklist – This manual is intended to provide technical guidance to businesses and agencies who want to take Disability Confidence Canberra further. It describes what access means and contains a list of tasks and a checklist to self assess and build confident access in your organisation for people with disability. Click here to download the Manual and Checklist