My Rights QLD – A Disability Rights Guide


My Rights QLD – A Disability Rights Guide


This free online guide offers information to help you understand and exercise your rights in Queensland. Accessible on a computer, smartphone or tablet device.
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My Rights Qld is an online guide providing information for Queenslanders with disability.
My Rights Qld can help you:
• understand your rights in relation to a wide range of topics, including the NDIS, decision-making, health, mental health, housing, discrimination and more
• understand how to get help and how to make a complaint
• connect with organisations that can support you to protect your rights.

Commonwealth Home Support Program

Phone: 1800 200 422

You may be eligible under the Commonwealth Home Support Programme if you are:

having trouble doing everyday activities without help, and
need support to live independently in the community
and are:

65 years or older (50 years or older and identify as an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander person) or
50 years or older (45 years or older for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people) and on a low income, homeless or at risk of being homeless.
If you have been injured or hospitalised you may be eligible for extra services through the program for a short time to help you get back on your feet after you return home.

13 Health

Phone: 13 43 25 84

13 Health

WROCCS Seniors Computer club

Phone: 0411 806 154

WROCCS has been the leading seniors computer club in the South-east Brisbane area for 14 years and has gained a reputation as a great learning environment for seniors.WROCCS is a not-for-profit organisation and all coaches and helpers are volunteers so that a very low level of fees for tuition is able to be maintained.The annual subscription for Membership is only $10. Although our Coaches are volunteers, they have a wealth of knowledge and experience and are skilled in the subjects they teach. Also, being seniors themselves they are able to provide a friendly and caring environment in which to learn. WROCCS offer a Basic Computer course for beginners coming to grips with technology for the first time following on to Windows 7, 8 and 10 operating systems and applications including Microsoft Word, Excel and Power Point.

Member of the Australian Seniors Computer Clubs Association. Apple/Mac operating systems including iPads, iPhones and Mac computing are now a major part of our tuition. The many different aspects of the Internet and Email are also well covered. WROCCS also provides tuition in Tablets and Smart Phones in Android, Microsoft and other operating systems. Digital Photography is a continuous course and Family History is a popular interest group using the Legacy 8 programme. With rapid changes to technology and what people want to learn, WROCCS now offers ?One on One? tuition of one coach and one student for a one hour session. This enables the student to nominate a subject from a list of approx. 30 different items and concentrate on the particular segment that is most important to them. This type of learning has proven extremely popular and is now a major part of our tuition.

Wroccs Training Base is located in Wynnum and easy parking is available right outside the premises.


Queensland Government UnitingCare Community

Seniors Enquiry Line is funded by the Queensland Government and operated by UnitingCare Community.
The materials and information included on this website are provided as a service to you and do not necessarily reflect endorsement by the Seniors Enquiry Line Program. The Seniors Enquiry Line is not responsible for the accuracy of information provided from outside sources. The information provided is a guide only and should not be substituted for independent legal advice. Groups and workshops promoted on this website are for your information and are not coordinated by or connected to Seniors Enquiry Line Program in any way unless specified.