Communication impairment affects all aspects of a persons ability to express themselves, be understood and heard.
Human rights are the foundation for freedom, justice, peace and respect essential to any democratic society.
We all have the right to access services under the United Nations Convention on the Rights of People with Disabilities, Rights of the Child and the Victorian Charter of Human Rights and Responsibilities.
People with little or no speech are some of the most marginalised and vulnerable in our society. We endeavor to empower people to reach their full potential.
Communication Rights Australia provides specialist information and advocates for people with disabilities whose human rights have been infringed, giving priority to those with little or no speech.
Communication Rights Australia receives government funding and is a registered charity. Donations are key to the provision of services to those who need it them most.
Volunteering is a great way for you to become actively involved in your community and support the human rights of people within Victoria. There is a wide range of positions that will match your interests and skills.
Communication Rights Australia provided specialist information, advocacy and systemic advocacy for all of Victoria. It is the only service specializing in people who have little or no speech.