Downloads

This page has all of the information from this website that you can download. 

You can print them out to read, or give to your family, friends, supports or health professionals.  

They are all together to help if you want to download a lot of things at once. You can print them at home if you have a printer, or you can go to a printing shop (like Officeworks).

There are two (2) parts to this page. 

The top part, called ‘For You’ has information in easy language with some plain language. The top part, called ‘For You’  has information in easy language with some plain language.

The bottom part, called “for Allies and Others” has easy language explanations of the information for Allies and Supporters. You can share these downloads with people that support you. The information to download is not in Easy Language

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Downloads for you

This section has everything for YOU that you can download from this website. All of the information on this page is for you. All of the information on this page is in easy language or plain language. There are descriptions of each download in easy language.

What is the N D I A   L G B T I Q A + Strategy

This is a brochure.

It has 4 pages.

This brochure is in easy language.

This brochure explains:

  • What the N D I S  L G B T I Q A + Strategy is.
  • What the NDIS plans to do.
  • How the Strategy was made.

We all deserve love

This is a poster to download.

It is one page.

The poster is in easy language.

We all deserve love poster - so lets fight for it! 2 people in cafe having a coffee, with a colourful rainbow leading to the person in a motorised wheelchair.

The world needs love

This is a poster to download.

It is one page.

The poster is in easy language.

Queering the Air

This is a podcast.

This part of the podcast is in easy language.

This was recorded by the show “Queering the Air” the radio station 3CR. They invited people from “Rainbow Rights and Advocacy” to speak on the radio show.

“Rainbow Rights and Advocacy” are a self-advocacy group for L G B T I Q A + people with intellectual disability.

Click here to listen to more of Queering the Air.

Other episodes of the podcast are not in easy language.

Click on the Play button ( ►) above to listen to the podcast.

Connecting with L G B T I Q A + community

This is a booklet.

This booklet can help you to:

Connecting with LGBTIQA+ community brochure cover

‘We are LGBTQ People with Intellectual Disability: This is what is important. ‘ poster

This is a poster.

It is one page.

This poster was made by a group of 24 LGBTQ people with intellectual disability and supporters from Deakin University. They spent time talking about what helped them feel good about themselves. They came up with a list of statements. Then they talked to other people to ask if they agreed with the statements. The poster has the statements on it.

You can use this poster in your home.

You can also give it to other people in your community.

The poster can help people learn more about what you need to feel good about yourself.

The poster is in easy language.

Donating Blood

This is a booklet.

This booklet has information about:

  • What happens when you donate blood 
  • Who can donate blood 
  • Being LGBTIQA+ and donating blood 

The booklet is in easy language.

Donating blood as an LGBTIQA+ person document cover

What we want you to know – A letter to health professionals

This is a letter. It has 2 pages.

This letter can help your doctor or other health professionals understand being a L G B T I Q A + person with disability. It was written to help doctors and health professionals understand the difference that they can make in our lives.

The letter has different ways that they can respect you and your identities. The letter has information about communication, gender and sexuality, and consent.

Our Rainbow Lives

This is a book. 

It is a bit different to other books. You can read this book alone, or a friend or supporter can read the left page while you read the right page.

This book is all about lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, queer and asexual people! It is OK if you do not know what these words mean now. This book will help you learn about them.

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Your rights as an LGBTIQA+ person with disability

These resources are NOT in easy language.

Inclusion Designlab worked with an organisation called Thorne Harbour Health to create information for L G B T I Q A + people with disability.

This information is in three guides. One is about your rights as an L G B T I Q A + person with disability. One is about getting ready for your N D I S planning meeting. The last guide is about how to make sure your needs as an L G B T I Q A + person are protected when you pay for support.

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Downloads for allies and others

This page has information for allies and supporters of L G B T I Q A + people with disability.

All information that is on the website for allies and supporters can be downloaded or printed from here.

You can share these downloads with people that support you.

Each download has a description in easy language. The downloads are not in easy language.

Critical Appraisal Tool

This is a tool. It has 3 pages.

The Critical Appraisal Tool (CAT) is a way to check if information is accessible for L G B T I Q A + people with intellectual disability.

The tool can help allies and supporters decide if a website, booklet, or other information is helpful, and can be easily read and understood by the person they support.
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What we want you to know – A letter to health professionals

This is a letter. It has 2 pages.

This letter can help your doctor or other health professionals understand being a L G B T I Q A + person with disability. It was written to help doctors and health professionals understand the difference that they can make in our lives.

The letter has different ways that they can respect you and your identities. The letter has information about communication, gender and sexuality, and consent.

Our Rainbow Lives

This is a book. 

It is a bit different to other books. You can read this book alone, or a friend or supporter can read the left page while you read the right page.

This book is all about lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, queer and asexual people! It is OK if you do not know what these words mean now. This book will help you learn about them.

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Our Rainbow Lives book cover with many faces overlayed with a rainbow flag

Your rights as an LGBTIQA+ person with disability

These resources are NOT in easy language.

Inclusion Designlab worked with an organisation called Thorne Harbour Health to create information for L G B T I Q A + people with disability.

This information is in three guides. One is about your rights as an L G B T I Q A + person with disability. One is about getting ready for your N D I S planning meeting. The last guide is about how to make sure your needs as an L G B T I Q A + person are protected when you pay for support.

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