The Consumer Reference Committee and LifeTec would like to invite participants to be part of the digital stories project.

If you have a lived experience of using assistive technology we would like to hear from you.

The committee is to develop 5 consumer videos from funding received from the Brisbane City Council’s Access and Inclusion Grant.

The Access and Inclusion Community Partnership Program aims to:

  • improve the accessibility of community facilities, services or venues
  • support initiatives and partnerships in response to challenges experienced by people with a disability and their carers
  • remove barriers to access and inclusion in local community sport, recreation, cultural and social activities
  • remove barriers to inclusion in community services.

Filming will take place in late 2020 and should take approximately 5 hours of your time, including travel to filming locations.

By participating in this project, you have the potential to assist others who may require assistive technology to access the community.

If you would like to be a part of this exciting project, or to find out more please contact Scott Green, Consumer and Sector Engagement Manager via email: