Accessibility and language
Under the Disability Discrimination Act 1992, Australian Government agencies are required to ensure information and services are provided in a non-discriminatory accessible manner.
Since 2010, the department has undertaken activities to increase our ability to address the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 (WCAG 2.0) and build a structure to ensure continued improvement and enhancement.
In 2013, the Web Accessibility Project outlined an action plan and since then, has progressed a number of initiatives. One of these initiatives ensures that changes to policy, business processes, and governance were implemented, requiring staff and contractors to develop and publish web content, websites, web applications and mobile sites and applications that comply to WCAG 2.0 on launch.
headtohealth.gov.au has been designed to meet the Australian Government standard established in respect of this requirement.
Using this siteYou can use this website with only a keyboard. Please refer to the help guides for your browser to find additional information and support for keyboard use.
Supported keyboard navigation browsers are:
- Internet Explorer 11
- Latest Chrome
- Latest Firefox
- Safari 10
For users that require a screen reader, this site is best used with JAWS (Job Access With Speech) screen reader on Internet Explorer 11.
If any information or service provided by headtohealth.gov.au is inaccessible or you are experiencing problems accessing any of the content on this website, visit our feedback page
Language support / I don’t speak EnglishHead to Health is committed to making content and resources available to people from diverse backgrounds, including non-native English speakers.
Visit the following pages to access information in these languages:
We welcome suggestions and ideas to improve your experience and provide support in your language. You can provide .