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What is Easy English?

Easy English is a way of writing that uses everyday words, simple sentences and images to support the messages. It is different to plain English or plain language.

Who is Easy English for?

Easy English is for anyone who has difficulty reading English. This includes people with low literacy levels, a learning disability, an acquired disability or whose main language is not English


You can read Easy English versions of our core policies here:

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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Acknowledgement and Commitment - Easy English

Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Acknowledgement & Commitment

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Aspect Comprehensive Approach (ACA) - Easy English

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Duty of Care Dignity of Risk - Easy English

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Embracing Diversity - Easy English

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Financial Integrity - Easy English

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Governance Framework - Easy English

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Person Centred Approach - Easy English

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Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) - Easy English

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Privacy of Personal information and Data - Easy English

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Quality Management Framework - Easy English

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Research and Evaluation - Easy English

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Risk Management Framework - Easy English

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Safeguarding the People we Support - Easy English

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Service Access - Easy English

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Stakeholder Engagement and Feedback - Easy English

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Strategic Planning Framework - Easy English

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Working at Aspect - Easy English

Multilingual Support

Autism Spectrum Australia (Aspect) wants to make sure that everyone can access information about what services Aspect provides, how we do our work, how you can access our services and what you can expect if you choose to access a service provided by Aspect.

To make this information available, Aspect has the information on its website, in Aspect brochures and in 2 versions of its policies – written in English, and plain English with pictures. To support non-English speakers who need assistance with interpreting Aspect’s information, Aspect uses the National Translating and Interpreting Service (TIS).

Should you need support to understand Aspect’s written information in a language other than English, please call TIS on 131 450 to request an interpreter in your preferred language, and ask for Autism Spectrum Australia (1800 277 328).

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