Why Easy Read Australia?
We have one focus: writing accessible information.
We take the time to understand your project – inside and out. We ask the right questions and learn about your intended audience when you first get in touch.
We are fast
Your deadline is our priority. We follow a clear, simple process to ensure your project is managed seamlessly and delivered on time.
We are affordable
We value your business. That’s why we offer practical advice and competitive prices for all projects – big and small.
We are experienced
We draw on years of experience to create communications you can proudly promote to your customers, community and key stakeholders.
We are professional
We work with you to develop clear communications that reflect your brand values. Our Easy Read documents are professionally designed – and we can create contemporary, customised images if required.
At Easy Read Australia, we employ people with a passion for creating communications that are accessible for everyone.
Our writers have a way with words – words that are clear and concise. We write to communicate, not to impress. We want your readers to understand your key messages.
Our designers enjoy creating quality Easy Read documents with images that are meaningful, accessible and inclusive.
And our team of user testers, proofers and accessible
PDF experts ensure every document we produce is
Director and Lead writer
I began my career in marketing over 25 years ago. While I enjoyed working on big brands in the corporate world, I was always drawn to projects that involved writing. I’m glad I listened to my calling because I completed a graduate diploma in editing and publishing in 2012 and began a new chapter in my career.
In 2016 I was employed as Scope’s Accessible Information Coordinator. I spent the next six years writing Easy English documents, delivering training, working with people with disability and advocating for accessible written information. During that time, demand for our award-winning service increased substantially and our customer base grew from government and not-for-profit groups to corporate organisations in sectors such as banking, transport, legal and essential services.
I started Easy Read Australia to continue this important work.
I’m a big believer in equality for all. My eldest son, Michael, was diagnosed with severe autism in 2003 and I’ve seen first-hand the barriers people with disability face in our community. Michael has inspired me to make a real difference through my work.