Brandon Tomlin is a communication access assessor, trainer and public speaker for Scope (Aust). He is a social justice advocate, who campaigns strongly for everyone to have the right to be treated equally, fairly and ethically - regardless of whether they have a disability or not. Brandon communicates using both eye-gaze and head switching, and is especially passionate about ensuring that everyone can live in an inclusive and accessible world. Brandon has presented at numerous events, as well as to corporate and community organisations such as Yarra Trams, the Office of the Public Advocate (OPA) and the Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission (VEOHRC) on topics such as the importance of communication access, alternative access awareness and the Australian disability rights movement. Brandon has a strong desire to continue the work of the disability advocates who came before him, who made the world better for the next generation of children with communication difficulties, and who helped to give him the quality of life that he has today.