Accessibility

VMIA is committed to ensuring that information on the website is accessible to all users including people with special needs, people using older technologies, people with poor telecommunications infrastructure or people using assistive technologies.

Accessibility is not only a legal requirement under the Disability Discrimination Act 1992, it enables an organisation to expand its reach into the wider community by supporting access to the four million Australian people with disabilities - temporary and permanent, ageing members of society and people accessing the web on a variety of platforms.

Increasing text size

To improve visibility, the size of the text on the website can be increased by clicking on the AA symbol located in the header on each page. To decrease the text size, continue to click on the AA symbol.

Documents, videos and audio

This site includes links to PDF documents. To read a PDF document you need to have Adobe Acrobat reader installed which can be downloaded here, http://get.adobe.com/reader/.

Where video may be available from our site you will need to have Adobe® Flash® Player version 9 or greater installed which can be downloaded here, http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/.

If you are unable to access a document, video or audio file on this website, please contact us for a text-based alternative document.

Feedback

If you require additional information about our website accessibility or would like to provide us with your feedback about our website, please contact us