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NDISLINK Events and Conferences ("NDISLINK Events") is a national multi-disciplinary industry information, training, events and Network Organization that boasts a National Network Membership
This dedicated arm of Jazcorp Australia was established to ensure that all stakeholders in the space of Disability, NDIS, Access Design and Build, remain updated, connected, informed and educated and that the gap of communication and information be closed.
NDISLINK Events and Conferences partners with Local Government, Law Firms, Institutes, Industry experts to ensure that current and relevant information is shared at events, seminars and conferences held throughout the country.
This interdisciplinary network model has provided delegates a further insight into other areas of operation sometimes not known or fully understood.
These are no ordinary event programs. NDISLINK Events and Conferences carefully research and design programs that impact all stakeholders.
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Let's talk Accessibility.
NDISLINK's vision is expansive. The Organisation boasts 9 years' experience in hosting Accessible Design workshops, events, seminars and conferences across the country.
Not only do we provide a platform for Disability Providers and Services, the organisation adopts a holistic approach by including the built environment, assistive technology and information technology services.
What is Accessible Design?
Accessible design is crucial for people with disabilities to ensure they can fully participate in various aspects of life.
Accessible design involves creating products, environments, and services that can be used by individuals with a wide range of abilities and disabilities. This concept is applicable in various fields, including architecture, technology, transportation, and more.
Inclusion and Equality: Accessible design promotes inclusivity by ensuring that everyone, regardless of their abilities or disabilities, can participate in activities, use services, and access information. It contributes to a more equal and diverse society.
Independence: Accessible design empowers individuals with disabilities to be more independent. This includes providing features such as ramps, elevators, and tactile signage in physical spaces, and designing user interfaces that can be navigated using assistive technologies in digital environments.
Dignity and Respect: When spaces, products, and services are designed with accessibility in mind, it shows respect for the dignity of individuals with disabilities. It acknowledges their right to access and use the same facilities and services as everyone else.
Legal and Ethical Compliance: Many countries have laws and regulations that mandate accessibility standards to ensure that public spaces, buildings, websites, and technology are accessible to people with disabilities. Complying with these standards is both a legal and ethical responsibility.
Market Expansion: Creating accessible products and services not only serves people with disabilities but also expands the potential market. Many individuals without disabilities also benefit from accessible design, such as parents with strollers, elderly individuals, and people with temporary injuries.
User Experience for All: Designing with accessibility in mind often leads to better overall user experiences. Features such as clear and simple navigation, well-organized content, and adaptable interfaces benefit everyone, not just those with disabilities.
Technological Advancements: With advancements in technology, there are numerous assistive devices and software available to help individuals with disabilities interact with the physical and digital world. Accessible design ensures that these technologies can be effectively integrated into daily life.
In summary, accessible design is a fundamental aspect of creating a more inclusive and equitable society. It goes beyond just meeting legal requirements and serves as a way to respect the rights and dignity of individuals with disabilities while also benefiting a broader audience.
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NDISLINK partners with Access Consultants, Builders, Designers, Architects, Assistive Technology providers across Australia.
Events, workshops, seminars are held throughout the year. CPD points can be earned at these events .
Because we have held License by the ABCB and have hosted (and continue to host) NCC Tutorials and Seminars nationwide since 2009, we are able to regularly update you on important changes with the NCC and Livable housing guidelines.
We also remain abreast with innovative solutions by our Assistive technology partners
We believe that compliance and good universal design matters to your clients, your business and your role in the Disability Sector.
Disability access consultants are nationally accredited to provide advice, reports, performance solutions, and relevant certifications for any stage of accessibility planning, construction, and review.
Accessible architecture refers to the design and construction of buildings and spaces that can be easily and independently used and accessed by people with disabilities, going beyond mere compliance with building codes and regulations, and focusing on creating environments that are inclusive, empowering, and respectful of human dignity.
It aims to eliminate physical barriers and provide equal opportunities for individuals with diverse abilities to navigate, interact, and participate fully in the built environment.
Assistive technology enables people to live healthy, productive, independent, and dignified lives, and to participate in education, the labour market and civic life.
Assistive technology reduces the need for formal health and support services, long-term care and the work of caregivers. Without assistive technology, people are often excluded, isolated, and locked into poverty, thereby increasing the impact of disease and disability on a person, their family, and society.