This online engagement was hosted on YourSAy from 6 August 2019 to 30 August 2019. Find out more about the consultation process. Below is a record of this engagement.
Let us know your thoughts on the draft content for South Australia’s first State Disability Inclusion Plan 2019-2023 (State Plan), which includes proposed visions, themes and actions.
What is being decided?
In March and April this year, we asked your views about what is important for an inclusive and accessible community for South Australians with disability.
The Consultation Report summarises your feedback about access, inclusion and ideas for change in South Australia and has been considered to develop the first draft of the State Plan. An Easy Read version of the report is also available for your review.
The State Plan will set whole-of-government priorities and strategies for achieving a more inclusive South Australia in line with the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. It will set out the vision and principles to be implemented over the next four years in South Australia.
We are now seeking your feedback on the draft State Plan content which outlines the visions, priorities, actions and four central themes:
- Leading and collaborating in decision-making
- Inclusive communities for all
- Accessible communities
- Learning and employment
You can learn more about the development of the State Plan in the Background tab.
- Join the online discussion
- Complete the online feedback survey
- Download a copy of the feedback survey, complete it and post it to:
Department of Human Services, GPO Box 292, Adelaide, SA, 5001
- Email your feedback to DHSDisabilityInclusion@sa.gov.au
How will your input be used?
Your input will help shape the final State Plan and set the direction for disability access and inclusion for the next four years in South Australia.
The final State Plan will be published on 31 October 2019, and will be reported on annually and reviewed at least every four years.
If you want to find out more about this consultation please contact the Department of Human Services on (08) 8207 0245.