and the built environment to suit your needs by;
Evidencing and communicating your needs discreetly using your National Access Access card and lanyard
Recognition that your needs are not immediately evident and to treat you with the respect you deserve
Invisible Disabilities Australia badges and Friendly window stickers show staff understand. Invisible Disabilities Australia Modified Toilet stickers – show that the toilet has been modified to suit ostomy wearers and others
Included in all card and lanyard orders from June 2020, we are posting out to all existing card and lanyard holders
Alert cards are easily attached to lanyards with space to write details of emergency phone numbers or addresses and vital medical and medication information
Non verbal children and adults use the alert card to indicate they need support and ask people to contact people by showing the contact details section of the card
People with Parkinson’s and other medical conditions write details of medication they need to take or must not be given
Ostomy wearers can alert first responders about their medical conditions and needs
indicates that the toilet has been modified to include the needs of ostomy wearers and others. Minimum requirement- includes a sink with large surround, a mirror that extends down to the back of the sink, 2 hooks close to the sink and a rubbish bin near the sink. (please contact Invisible Disabilities Australia for details of layout and suitable sinks)
displayed by businesses and organisations to show that people with disabilities will be understood and can feel safe – badge wearing staff are visible and available for support
The start of a conversation
People wearing Blue Star badges are trained to recognise, respond and support people with disabilities discreetly and appropriately.
Write your emergency & contact details on your emergency card and keep in your cardholder
Your discreet sign that you might need support and the support you need.
Invisible Disabilities promotes instant recognition and response to your needs when you wear your Lanyard and or show your communication Card. We are working to change perceptions and the built environment to make your life a whole lot easier.
Your Invisible Disabilities Australia national Access Card and lanyard provides evidence that you need discreet assistance and outlines the nature of the assistance you require. You can either show your card or explain the assistance you need.