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Communications specialist for health and social services

Need a reliable and supportive sidekick to promote your social impact?

I’m here to help.

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Words to make a difference

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Friendly, supportive and cost-effective specialist communications services to amplify your cause.

I provide SEO web pages, blog posts, newsletters, content writing and publicity with a focus on inclusive language and digital accessibility.

What I do

Communications specialist for content strategy

Content strategy

Attract and keep your audience’s attention with a planned program of valuable and business-aligned content.

Communications specialist for SEO copywriting

SEO copywriting

Balance the needs of your human readers with the demands of the algorithms to improve search results.

Communications specialist for inclusive language

Inclusive language

Be an ally to the communities you support with inclusive language that is respectful and up-to-date.

Communications specialist for digital accessibility

Digital accessibility

Respect web visitors’ accessibility needs with a user experience that meets Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG).

Tanya Hollis sits in a cane chair in an outdoor bush setting. She is holding a cup of coffee and is wearing a tweed cap and puffer jacket.

Hi. I’m Tanya Hollis.

I bring decades of experience – and a couple of degrees – in media and marketing communications. Read more on my About page.

But what my clients appreciate most is the enthusiasm and creative energy I bring.

When I work with you, I’m in ‘boots and all’. I’ll be on your team, singing your praises and looking for effective ways to shine a light on the amazing work you do.

What makes my copy different?

I use my powers for good to help you:

  • create inclusive and accessible content.
  • reject stereotypes around age, gender, race, culture, disability, neurodivergence and mental illness.
  • communicate within the social model of disability.
  • prioritise people’s abilities.
  • avoid ableist narratives.
  • understand and reflect evolving language preferences.
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Let’s build equity and inclusion together

Like my wonderful clients, I want to contribute to a fair and inclusive world that celebrates the diversity of the human experience.

That’s why I will donate 5% of revenue each quarter to an autistic-led registered charity.

Watch my socials to learn about the organisations and #actuallyautistic advocates making a tremendous difference to the lives of neurodivergent Australians.

With Tanya at the helm, communications were professional, effective and fun; engaging clients, staff, volunteers and donors with empathy and respect.
Arnie Bax

Operations Manager, Disability service provider