NCAT aims to ensure that people with a disability receive the necessary assistance to have equal access to our dispute resolution services.
Most NCAT hearing venues and facilities are wheelchair accessible. Disabled parking may also be available in some locations.
Flexible options for the conduct of hearings are also available such as conducting hearings by telephone or videolink.
To ensure we can provide appropriate assistance during your visit to NCAT, contact us for details about your hearing venue or call 1300 006 228.
NCAT provides a number of services to ensure people with a hearing disability receive equal access to our services:
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NCAT has produced an Easy Read version of the Guardianship Division fact sheet What to expect at a hearing.
What to expect at a hearing - Easy Read version [PDF, 1Mb]
The Easy Read publication has been developed for people with cognitive disability and people who have difficulty reading.