If the site does not meet your specific needs, or if you have trouble finding or accessing information or downloading documents, contact our reception team on (03) 5441 8622 and we can provide you with the information you need.
For people with low vision or colour blindness, we've made sure there's enough colour contrast. This includes the colour of text and backgrounds as well as buttons.
The standard text size has been set to suit most readers. If you need to increase the size of the text on screen you can use the zoom function in your web browser for your desktop or mobile.
If you find reading on a computer monitor or screen difficult, or just prefer to read offline, select the print icon in the top menu on any page.
Keyboard only users
Using our website does not require a mouse.
If you're a keyboard only user, you can use the Tab key and other keystrokes to access all the functions including links, buttons and forms and you can tab through the menu and content.
Once you load a page, hitting the Tab button will cycle you through the buttons, menu items and links. A box that appears around the item you have selected shows you where you are. Click Enter to choose that item.
If you're using a screen reader, we've ordered the pages to help you get where you need to go more quickly and added all the coding to the backend of the site for your screen reading software.
Many computers and mobile devices have built in text-to-speech or screen reader software. For more details visit Vision Australia
Languages other than English
Some people in our community have very limited or no English language proficiency, so we've added a translation option to the main menu on each page. Simply select your preferred language from the drop down list.
We offer a free interpreting service that ensures people who have limited or no English can access our services. For more details visit our Interpreters page or call reception on (03) 5441 8622.
Translated resources are available from Health Translations.
Health Translations is a Victorian Government initiative. It provides direct links to reliable, translated health and wellbeing resources produced in Australia by government departments, peak health bodies, hospitals and community health and welfare organisations. Resources are available in over 100 languages.
Our sitemap is a simpler alternative to the site's regular navigation. It's a list of all the pages on the website. Some people find it an easier way to see what's on the site and how it all fits together.
We welcome your feedback about the website. Please use our feedback form.
If you have a question, or you are having trouble accessing information or downloading documents, please contact our reception team on (03) 5441 8622 so we can provide you with the information you need.