Website Help

Finding what you're after

Having trouble locating information? Try the site map, or the search page, or contact us if there's specific information you're after.

Printing from this website

The pages on this website are automatically optimised to be 'print-friendly'. Try selecting print preview on your browser and you will see that the print version of this page has navigation elements (and other elements that aren't useful on an A4 page) removed.

Tips for adjusting your browser

The RIDBC website uses moderate font sizes, styles and colours to optimise readability for most website visitors. If any of these settings interfere with your ability to read this website, you can override these settings by using the accessibility settings of your browser. The method for changing these setting varies depending on your browser and version.

The following instructions apply to Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Chrome, and Safari. Note: these settings apply to all web sites that you visit, not just the RIDBC website. Remember to reset your browser back to the original settings if required. Please consult your browser's help file for instructions specific to your browser.

Content for all

Making our website as accessible as possible to everyone is a priority for the Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Children. This includes website visitors of varying sensory abilities, cognitive abilities and web browsing technologies.

People with impairments, such as visual or hearing difficulties, physical or cognitive difficulties and dyslexia, may need to use adaptive technologies such as screen readers, Braille displays, voice recognition software, alternative keyboard/mice, or other devices to view this site. This website is developed to optimise accessibility for these (as well as other common) technologies.

If you use assistive technology and the format of any content on this web site interferes with your ability to access the information, please let us know by contacting webmaster@ridbc.org.au.

Interested in accessibility?

The following links below are provided for site visitors interested in Internet accessibility, and other Internet access technologies.

World Wide Web Consortium Web Accessibility Initiative (W3C WAI)
- the leading organisation engaged in developing accessibility standards
JAWS, by Freedom Scientific - JAWS screen-reading software
Window Eyes, by GW Micro - Window Eyes, another screen-reader application