The State Government is developing a 10-year plan to build an inclusive community which supports and empowers people with disability.
The aim is to engage, listen and understand the needs of the community - including people with disability, their families and carers as well as those working in the sector. Importantly, it is not just for people with disability, but for all Western Australians who want to live in an inclusive community.
Consultation to define the 10-year vision has now closed and we are analysing the feedback received and shaping what the vision for the State Disability Plan (the Plan) will be. Thank you to those who provided input into our first phase of consultation.
Community face-to-face workshops throughout Western Australia ran from February to April 2019. Those unable to attend a workshop had the opportunity to have their say via an online survey. The community engagement workshops and survey period have now closed, and we wish to thank all participants for their valued input and contributions.
Consultation with the community will take place through 2019 in a variety of forms through three phases of development.
To register your interest in the State Disability Plan for WA and find out about planned consultation events, please provide your contact details.
If you require assistance with the registration process or would like to talk to our team please call (08) 6167 8899 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are a not-for-profit organisation, a service provider or a community network group that would like to run your own workshop, let us know and we can send you all the materials you need.