Staff supporting students whose print disability requires their learning media to be in formats other than standard print may access Braille, digital, audio and large print resources. The resource collection includes:
A person with a print disability defined by the Australian Copyright Act 1968 (section 135ZP) is:
(a) a person without sight; or
(b) a person whose sight is severely impaired; or
(c) a person unable to hold or manipulate books or to focus or move his or her eyes; or
(d) a person with a perceptual disability.
Alternative format resources are produced upon request for students with a print disability who are eligible for support from Education Queensland.
A Braille transcription service is provided by Narbethong State Special School for the production of Braille materials for individual students upon request.
Requests for the production of resources in alternative format are also managed through Narbethong State Special School.
Phone: (07) 3823 0747
This page was last reviewed on 18 May 2012