Campaign resources

Campaign Resources

ATFA PowerPoint Presentation

This PowerPoint presentation can be downloaded and used by anyone who wants to help spread the word about the Assistive Technology For ll Campaign. If you’re part of a peer support group or other network within your community, you could use this presentation to inform other members about the campaign and encourage them to get involved. There are two versions of the presentation available:

Materials for the 2022 federal election
These documents have been developed to help people support our call for improved access to assistive technology for people with disability who are excluded from the NDIS leading up to the 2022 election. We recommend you start by downloading our pledge letter for election candidates and the accompanying set of instructions. If you want to get a bit more involved, check out the letters we’ve already sent to Anne Ruston, Bill Shorten and Adam Bandt for inspiration and perhaps consider writing your own!

Word Icon ATFA poster with QR code

This A4 poster can be printed out and displayed or distributed at any face-to-face event. The poster includes a QR code which directs people to the “Take action” page on our website. From here, people can sign our e-petition and/or send a letter to their federal MP. It’s a great way to help people take action on the spot!

Briefing paper for MPs

We’re encouraging as many people as possible to meet with their federal MP and ask them to progress our call for a national assistive technology program to support people with disability who are excluded from the NDIS. You can download this briefing paper and provide a copy to your MP when you meet with them. It clearly explains what issues we are trying to resolve and what action we need them to take to support our cause.