Easy Read Pānui Māmā
Easy Read uses clear language with images so that people with learning disability can understand it, make good decisions about their lives, and be a valued and included part of their community.
At People First NZ, we use and promote Easy Read widely in our local groups, our Learn with Us courses and our Speaking Up education work. We also have an Easy Read translation service called Make it Easy Kia Māmā Mai.
Where can you find Easy Read?
If you are looking for Easy Read information from a government department, local council or a disability sector organisation, you can often find it under accessible information or “alternate formats” on their website.
An alternate format is information that is accessible for disabled people. The other alternate formats are Braille, audio, large print, and New Zealand Sign Language (NZSL).
You can also follow us on Facebook and Twitter, or check out our website's news feed to find out when new Easy Read information is available:
- Facebook: www.facebook.com/peoplefirstnz
- Twitter: https://twitter.com/makeiteasynz
- Newsfeed on our website
Make it Easy – our Easy Read service
Having information in Easy Read is a good way to show your commitment to an inclusive and accessible New Zealand.
Our Make it Easy team provides an Easy Read translation service and can advise you about the that is used by places such as:
- government agencies
- local councils
- non-government organisations
- disability providers
You can find out more about our translation and advice process for Easy Read:
- online at: https://www.makeiteasy.org.nz
- or email: [email protected]