Accessibility

The Southern Domestic Violence Service acknowledges the need for ensuring everybody has equal access to information and is able to find what they are looking for on the website as easily as possible.

If you have any difficulty accessing information on this site, please contact Southern Domestic Violence Service on (08) 8382 0066. Feedback regarding difficulties with use as well as comments and recommendations about content will help us create a website that is user-friendly and accessible to all.

Access

SDVS has developed its website to be accessible on phones, tablets, laptop and desktop computers.

Users with disabilities

There are a range of resources to help people with disabilities more easily access information on the internet.

Speak and Listen Relay Service provides a service for people with communication difficulties. Call 1300 555 727 to access the service. For more information see http://relayservice.gov.au/making-a-call/speak-and-listen/

The BBC’s accessibility page provides guidance on changing browser, computer, keyboard and mouse settings to make the web more accessible. It covers Windows, Mac and Linux operating systems.

Media Access Australia provides information on accessing a wide range of media. Their Online Media section has advice on browsers and how to find accessible media.

(adapted from 1800RESPECT website http://www.1800respect.org.au/accessibility/)