On this page:
- Advocacy and Access
- Daily Living
- Government Pages
- In the Home
- News Websites
- Web Design Accessibility
Advocacy and Access
- Australian Human Rights Commission
- BCA Service Provider Expectations Policy Resource: Questions to Ask Providers
- Round Table on Information Access for People with Print Disabilities – To facilitate and influence the production and use of quality alternative formats for people with print disabilities by optimising the evolving Round Table body of knowledge.
- Life Hacks for Hospital and Travel – Article featured in BCA’s June 2019 edition of Blind Citizens News.
- Living with Vision Loss – Handy Tips
- Sighted Guide Techniques – This video was produced by VisAbility in collaboration with Curtin University, and offers some useful advice on how to assist people who are blind or vision impaired. Watch the video here.
- Department of Social Services
- Disability Online (Victoria)
In the Home
- “Scales Away” Cookbook – Produced by BCA’s own National Women’s Branch, this cookbook uses only cups and spoons to measure, and contains other useful information for cooks who are blind or vision impaired. The cookbook can be purchased from our Membership page.
- Childproofing your home for a child with a vision impairment
- Creating Accessible Kitchens for the Vision Impaired
- Guide to Room-by-Room Repairs for Easy Accessibility for Disabled Loved Ones
- Lighting in and around the home: A guide to better lighting for people with sight loss
- Setting up the home office after vision loss
- 20 Home Modifications for People with Vision Loss
- ABC News: Disability Royal Commission – A comprehensive record of Royal Commission stories featured in one place.
- About Seniors – A comprehensive listing of information and links relevant to Australian senior citizens, veterans, retirees, those about to retire, pensioners and carers.
- Clubmates Travel– Facilitating holidays for people with disabilities.
- Travel Eyes Are you ready to change the way you see the world? We believe that travelling is about more than just the places you see – it’s about the experiences you share along the way.
- Travel Tree – For more than 10 years George Booth has designed and escorted tours for people who are blind or vision impaired to many cities in South East Asia, China and New Zealand delivering many exciting experiences, appealing to the senses, with interesting content inclusions to ensure maximum enjoyment on tour.
- You’re Welcome Access (WA) – A West Australian access guide for people with disability, and seniors.
- All About Vision – Tips for making the internet easier to navigate with a vision impairment
- Information about Contrast and Colour
- Nvision: Internet Navigation for Individuals with Low Vision or Blindness
- Yoyo Design have put together an easy to follow guide to making accessible websites.