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Need Assistance Getting online?

Our Digital Inclusion Project can help!

We want to help people with disability get online. We know that being online is especially important during a natural disaster like floods, cyclones, fires or now during COVID-19 pandemic.

People with disability need to be able to get the facts and information, keep getting essential goods, services and support like food, medicine, healthcare, disability support and staying connected to family, friends and workers.

Where is the project running?

It’s for people with disability living in:

Who can benefit?

  • If you or someone you know:
  • Is living with disability and aged between18-65
  • Lives in one of the four pilot areas
  • Currently doesn’t own an up-to-date device and you aren’t eligible to get funding for a device through another program


  • You have a device and want to learn to use it to access information, essential goods, services and supports especially in an emergency or disaster

Our Digital Inclusion Project is a pilot project to help people with disability. Get access to digital devices. Find out about options for affordable data. Learn skills and digital ability to get online and stay connected.

We are offering digital workshops run by people with disability for people with disability.

Please contact us on 1300 363 783 or provide us with some information through an online form here.

It’s time to make sure all people are connected digitally

Contact QDN on 1300 363 783, for more information.

Blue circle with a white graphic of someone sitting at a desk working on a laptop. Help Us Make Digital Technology more accessible for people with disability

During disasters and emergencies many people with disability experience additional challenges and disadvantages, especially when they don’t have the resources for a phone, computer or the know how about being online.

Critical to helping decrease this risk and increase safety is having access to devices, data and the skills and knowledge to use it – especially during a disaster or COVID-19 pandemic.

Being online is important. Its how we get news, information, ask for help or resources and keep getting the essential goods like food and medicine and stay connected to family, friends, services and supports people need related to their disability.

A purple circle with white cartoon eyes inside.How you can help!

Got a device and want to help? We need you!

By donating you will be helping Queenslanders with disability get devices so they can get information and stay connected to essential services and family, friends and workers especially during times of disaster or emergencies like the COVID-19 pandemic.

Donating is easy. If you are a company or individual with electronic devices you no longer need – you can donate them to our project partner GIVIT. Your donation will be paired up with a Queenslander who needs to get digitally connected. Go to our appeals page here.

The AAA Digital Inclusion Project is a partnership between Queenslanders with Disability Network (QDN), GIVIT, Volunteering Queensland, Queensland University of Technology (QUT) and supported by Queensland Government. 

Row of five logos. GIVIT - Goods for good causes, Volunteering Queensland, QUT - Queensland University of Technology, QDN - Queenslanders with Disability Network, Queensland Government.

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