Inclusive communication tips
Taking the time to ensure communication is accessible means people with intellectual disability are included. It means we can understand what is happening.
Ella and Alex give 14 communication tips for people spending time with people with intellectual disability.
“We hope you find our tips helpful, and that you get the opportunity to use them to make your community more inclusive of people with intellectual disability.”
Also check out our inclusion issue page.
If you’d like to find out how to make your organisation more inclusive, check out our wide range of inclusion services.
My Health Matters folder
An Easy Read folder that improves communication between people with an intellectual disability and healthcare providers.
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