How Did You Score?

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How did you score?
Each tick is one point. Tally up how many yes boxes you ticked to see how you scored.

0 – 5 (Yes) It looks like there are many areas where your business can improve in becoming more disability accessible and inclusive. Please visit the Accessibility Guide on this website to find out how you can make your business more inclusive. Alternatively, you can contact us at support@zerobarriers.net.au. Don’t be disheartened, we can help get you there.

6- 15 (Yes) You are well on your way to making your business disability accessible and inclusive. Please visit the Accessibility Guide on this website to find out how you can make your business more inclusive. Alternatively, you can contact us at support@zerobarriers.net.au. You are almost there and we can work with you to eliminate barriers that prevent customers with disability from accessing your business.

16- 30 (Yes) Great work! Your business is providing some great ways to make it accessible and inclusive of people with disability and may already qualify for the Zero Barriers logo sticker. Please continue using this form as a guide to the areas where you can still make improvements to become even more inclusive. You can also visit the Accessibility Guide on this website to find more resources, tips and suggestions to help you. We will be in touch about your next step shortly.

SEE OUR ACCESSIBILITY GUIDE HERE

To get in touch with us, email us at info@zerobarriers.net.au

To be eligible for the Zero Barriers logo, you don’t need to have a perfect score. You just need to be showing that you are moving in the right direction, through implementing changes that improve disability access and inclusion. Becoming a part of Zero Barriers means that you recognise the importance of our objectives, and that you are committed to being a part of the solution.
 
By recognising the rights of people with disability, you recognise the fundamental importance of the Zero Barriers project.