Easy Read Resources

Easy read resources are a valuable tool to use when supporting people with complex communication needs, supporting people who have difficulty in reading, and supporting people who English is not their first language.

The ECSN team are avid supporters of the use of these documents to support communication and assist people to understand things they are important for them. I decided to do some research and pull together a list of the different resources out there that are free and readily available.

I hope that you find this information helpful in your line of work.

The Council for intellectual disability has the following easy read resources available:

WWILD has the following resources:



Sexual Assault Support Service


This is a great sight with an A-Z of easy read documents from the United Kingdom covering all the topics below.


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These resources are for people with low literacy, or with intellectual or cognitive disability. They are in Easy Read format, sometimes known as ‘Easy English’.

National Disability Services

Development Disability WA

Western Australia Individualised Services

WAiS have a large variety of easy read documents to assistance people in the following areas:

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