eNews April 2021 in Easy Read

Visibility Podcast

  • Visibility Podcast Episode Opening the door on sexual relationships

    People with intellectual disability have the right to healthy sexual relationships.

    Sometimes other people do not support it.


  • Headshot of Jono for the Visibility podcast

    In our podcast Jono talks about the issues people with disability face to have healthy sexual relationships.

Justen’s story for Justice Matters

  • Justen outside a juvenile justice centre

    “I used to get abused by staff and inmates.”

    Justen Thomas talks about how prison can be very hard for people with cognitive disability.


  • Getting the right help has helped change Justen’s life. 

Dating tips

  • A man using an online dating app in his computer

    Like everyone people with disability want to date.

    It can be scary but it can also be fun.

    Here are a few tips for safe dating.

More Than Just a Job

  • More than just a job

    Our More Than Just a Job project supports people with intellectual disability to develop

    • skills to find work
    • confidence to get a job


  • We also have information for businesses and schools.

    Find out more.

    Call 1800 424 065 or email info@cid.org.au.


My Health Record booklet in Plain English

  • My Health Record booklet mockup

    CID has worked with The Australian Digital Health Agency

    We have made a Plain English booklet to help you make decisions about your online My Health Record.

Participate in 3DN and UNSW’s research study

  • Participate in 3DN and UNSW’s research study.

    CID is working with 3DN and UNSW.

    3DN and UNSW want to make a website to help people find mental health support and services.

    We want to ask people with ID what they think.

Royal Commission into Violence, Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation of People with Disability

Disability Gateway - COVID-19

  • Disability Gateway logo

    You can contact the Disability Gateway to get information and advice about COVID-19.

    The service is free and private.

  • They can also tell you about support services for counselling and advocacy.

    The Disability Gateway can help families, carers and support workers too.

    To use the Disability Gateway, go to Disability Gateway’s website or call 1800 643 787.

Got a question?

  • Courtney asnwering the phone

    Our friendly team can answer your questions.

    They can help you find the information you need.

    Call us on 1800 424 065.

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