Australian Digital Health Agency – Improving Digital Health Accessibility and Inclusion

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The Australian Digital Health Agency (ADHA) wants to make its digital health tools and apps easier to use for people with disability. People with Disability Australia (PWDA) is working with ADHA to improve their tools and apps.

ADHA tools and apps include:

Information on Australian Digital Health Agency and their tools and apps can be found on Digital Health website

Get involved

To understand how people with disability are using these tools and apps, PWDA is looking for people with disabilities to take part in a range of consultation activities.

These activities include:

  • Focus groups
  • Interviews
  • Survey

Focus Groups and Interviews

Everyone who participates in a focus group or interview will receive a $100 gift card. Focus groups will be online with up to 8 people per group. If you have accessibility requirements, please let us know when you register.

The focus group dates are:

  • Tuesday 23 July, 12pm – 1pm (AEST) FULL
  • Wednesday 24 July, 6pm – 7pm (AEST) FULL

Interviews will be online or phone between Monday 15 July and Friday 26 July.

A PWDA project officer, who has a disability, will lead the focus groups and interviews.

Complete the survey

All places have been filled for the focus groups and interviews however, you can still get involved.

You can complete the Australian Digital Health Agency: Improving Accessibility and Inclusion for People with Disabilities survey now.

Get in touch

You can also email the project officer at or call 1800 422 015 to register or ask any questions about this project.

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