Inclusive Communication

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Are you a business that meets with clients or customers? Are you providing some form of communication support need in your workplace?

Are you aware that people with communication support needs face widespread exclusion and discrimination? Who are these people?

They are your customers, clients, co-workers, acquaintance, or even your family and friend.


Inclusive Communication will enable people with communication support needs to have a more positive experience of services and be less likely to challenge service providers. It can save both time and money for your business and the people who use your services and can improve outcomes for ALL people.

How you wonder? We can help you by improving awareness, knowledge and understanding of various communication support needs.  You will learn how promoting positive attitudes and behaviours, and the importance of showing a willingness to change communication practices to make them more inclusive.

Book a consultation to roll up your sleeves to make a difference.

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