There are a number of ways you can get your COVID-19 vaccine:
If you live in a residential setting of 2 or more people with disability:
- You can be vaccinated at your residence by a vaccination provider we will organise.
- You can be vaccinated at your residence by your GP if they are able to.
- You can go to a vaccination clinic, or a participating GP or pharmacy.
Your provider can help arrange your preferred option.
If you don’t live in a residential setting, you can be vaccinated at:
- a vaccination clinic, or
- a participating general practice,
- a participating pharmacy, or
- an Aboriginal Controlled Community Health Service.
You can make an appointment by going through the COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic Finder.
All locations offering COVID-19 vaccination should be accessible for people with disability, including physical access and communication.
For more information, you can:
- visit the Department of Health website
- call the Disability Gateway Helpline on 1800 643 787
- visit the Disability Gateway website
- call the National Coronavirus Helpline on 1800 020 080.
If you are deaf, or have a hearing or speech impairment, you can also call the National Relay Service on 133 677.
Australian Government, state and territory government helplines will also have information on how people with disability can access the vaccine.