It is important to us that the 1800RESPECT website, telephone and online chat services can be accessed by everyone.
This page contains information on:
1800RESPECT is an information and counselling service for everyone. The website has been made so that it is easy to use by people with disability. If you are blind or vision impaired, the text can be read using a screen reader.
The site also contains information on sexual assault, domestic and family violence in 28 different languages. On this page you will find further information on how you can access other parts of our service if you have a disability or speak a language other than English.
Centre for Inclusive Design, previously Media Access Australia, have kept content on their website that has information on accessible browsers and how to find accessible online content.
The BBC Accessibility page has information on how to make a website more accessible by changing browser, computer, keyboard and mouse settings. It covers Windows, Mac and Linux operating systems.
Yes. You can contact us through the National Relay Service (NRS) in two easy steps:
To arrange an interpreter:
You can visit the TIS website for more information.
In an emergency or if anyone is in immediate danger call 000 or TTY 106
All of the 1800RESPECT services are accessible by people who are deaf or have a hearing impairment. Support is available for people experiencing violence and abuse as well as their friends, family and support workers. The Auslan video explains how to use the 1800RESPECT website. It also includes information on how to connect with the telephone counselling service and online chat.