RYSS strives to provide equal access and equal opportunity to people with disabilities.  The information contained is accessible in a variety of formats.  Under the Disability Discrimination Act 1992,  agencies must ensure that people with disabilities can access online information and services

Available formats: 

RYSS strives to provide equal access and equal opportunity to people with disabilities.  The information contained is accessible in a variety of formats.  Under the Disability Discrimination Act 1992,  agencies must ensure that people with disabilities can access online information and services.

National Standards for Disability Services - Easy English - Workbooks

These workbooks were designed to use with people who have difficulty reading and understanding written information.  There are three versions of the Easy English booklet on this link:

  1. The first is a PDF of the booklet that includes photographs and graphics to assist in explaining the concepts associated with the National Standards for Disability Services.

  2. The second is a text only version for those whose screen reader programs are not able to read photographs and graphics

  3. The third version is the same as the first but has been specifically cropped and prepared, ready for printing.

Easy English - Standards

Standard 1: Rights

You have the right to be treated fairly when you use disability services

Standard 2: Participation and Inclusion

You can take part in the community and feel included when you use disability services

Standard 3: Individual Outcomes

Your service supports you to make choices about what you want to do. You can work toward your goals

Standard 4: Feedback and Complaints

You can tell people what you think about the services you receive

Standard 5: Service Access

Finding and using services is fair.  You can access the services you need

Standard 6: Service Management

Disability services should be managed well

A single poster that lists every standard 1-6 for participant packages

NDIS Feedback and Complaints 

 
 
 

The Australian Human Rights Commission

 

Human rights recognise the inherent value of each person, regardless of background, where we live, what we look like, what we think or what we believe.

They are based on principles of dignity, equality and mutual respect, which are shared across cultures, religions and philosophies. They are about being treated fairly, treating others fairly and having the ability to make genuine choices in our daily lives.

The Australian Human Rights Commission is the nation’s independent human rights body  

Know Your Rights

Aboriginal and Torres Strait-Islander

Age Discrimination

Disability Discrimination

Racial Discrimination and Vilification

Sex Discrimination and Sexual Harassment
About The Australian Human Rights Commission

 
 
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