We work with organisations to help make services, products and workplaces more accessible and inclusive for everyone. Many businesses and government entities want to know how to be more inclusive of customers and employees with disability so they can deliver quality, accessible services and products. QDeNgage connects organisations with specialist consultants who bring professional expertise and lived experience of disability to provide practical business solutions. Our consultants are QDN members who are engaged by organisations to develop strategies and implement plans to create a culture of inclusivity.

Our services include:

  • Disability inclusion reviews
  • Customer consultation and focus groups
  • Product and experience testing
  • Disability Awareness and Inclusion Training
  • Policy development
  • Disability action plans
  • Service design

If you are interested in making your organisation more accessible and inclusive, or you’d like to bring your experience to our team of consultants get in touch - click to go to the contact page to find out more.

What's happening

  • QDENGAGE, If you are interested in being a consultant for QDeNgage email engage@qdn.org.au QDeNgage partnership with TMR goes from strength to strength. Queensland Government logo with shield and the text below saying Department of Transport and Main Roads. QDN logo, Queenslanders with Disability Network, Nothing about us with us.QDeNgage partnership with TMR goes from strength to strength.
      QDeNgage partnership with TMR goes from strength to strength. Mobile phone and seatbelt cameras went live in Queensland on 1 November 2021.  The Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) undertook customer research on how customers who receive a mobile phone or seatbelt infringement notice go about paying, transferring, or disputing the fine online via the website. TMR reached out to QDeNgage to bring together people with disability to test online services, with the goal of gaining an ... Read More
  • Pink speech bubble and then the text Have your say, Transport and Main Roads Survey, Help TMR assess how accessible and inclusive their services, products, information and infrastructure are for customers. Go to the link in the post to fill out the survey and have your say. There is a QDN logo and a Queensland Government, Department of Transport and Main Roads logo.Have your say: Help Transport and Main Roads (TMR) assess how accessible and inclusive their services, products, information and infrastructure are for customers.
      Have your say: Help Transport and Main Roads (TMR) assess how accessible and inclusive their services, products, information and infrastructure are for customers. Share your views in a confidential survey, to help Transport and Main Roads (TMR) assess how accessible and inclusive their services, products, information and infrastructure are for customers. In 2020 the Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) launched their Accessibility and Inclusion Strategy, making a commitment to ... Read More
  • A group of people sitting around tables in training room, facing the front listening intently. They are all wearing face masks.QDeNgage Disability Awareness Training
    QDeNgage Disability Awareness Training Kat (QDN Project Officer) and Elisha (QDeNgage Disability Consultant) joined the volunteer crew from Brisbane City Council’s Environment Centres at the lovely Downfall Creek Bushland Centre for our latest Disability Awareness Training. Eleven participants took part in the training, sharing stories, knowledge and experiences supporting people with disability to access and participate in their service centres. The conversation was kind, considered and ... Read More

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Brendon’s story

“As a QDeNgage consultant, I feel so liberated that I can share my skills and knowledge to be involved as a person with a disability in such a transformational and changing Queensland Project such as Smart Ticketing and that I will be heard.”

Read moreabout Brendon’s story.

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QDN provides a united voice for people with disability to protect rights, inform policy, and lead change for a more inclusive Queensland.

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