Disability Access and Inclusion Plan 2017-2022

Auslan interpreter at a Sunset at Subi concert

The city is renewing its Disability Access and Inclusion Plan (DAIP). The DAIP aims to guide the actions and activities for improved disability access and inclusion between 2017 and 2022. The strategies within the DAIP can be categorised into seven categories.

Outcome 1: People with disability have the same opportunities as other people to access the services of, and any event by, a public authority.

Outcome 2: People with disability have the same opportunities as other people to access the buildings and other facilities of a public authority.

Outcome 3: People with disability receive information from a public authority in a format that will enable them to access the information as readily as other people are able to access it.

Outcome 4: People with disability receive the same level and quality of service from the staff of a public authority as other people receive from the staff of that public authority.

Outcome 5: People with disability have the same opportunities as other people to make complaints to a public authority.

Outcome 6: People with disability have the same opportunities as other people to participate in any public consultation by a public authority.

Outcome 7: People with disability have the same opportunities as other people to obtain and maintain employment with a public authority.

To ensure that the plan is representative of the community's needs and desires the city is seeking your input.

Simply complete the online survey, or, if you would prefer to complete the survey in a hard copy version, please visit the document library on this page to print the survey and return by email, in person or post as per details on the form.

Consultation closed at 4:00pm on Monday 20 March 2017.

The city is renewing its Disability Access and Inclusion Plan (DAIP). The DAIP aims to guide the actions and activities for improved disability access and inclusion between 2017 and 2022. The strategies within the DAIP can be categorised into seven categories.

Outcome 1: People with disability have the same opportunities as other people to access the services of, and any event by, a public authority.

Outcome 2: People with disability have the same opportunities as other people to access the buildings and other facilities of a public authority.

Outcome 3: People with disability receive information from a public authority in a format that will enable them to access the information as readily as other people are able to access it.

Outcome 4: People with disability receive the same level and quality of service from the staff of a public authority as other people receive from the staff of that public authority.

Outcome 5: People with disability have the same opportunities as other people to make complaints to a public authority.

Outcome 6: People with disability have the same opportunities as other people to participate in any public consultation by a public authority.

Outcome 7: People with disability have the same opportunities as other people to obtain and maintain employment with a public authority.

To ensure that the plan is representative of the community's needs and desires the city is seeking your input.

Simply complete the online survey, or, if you would prefer to complete the survey in a hard copy version, please visit the document library on this page to print the survey and return by email, in person or post as per details on the form.

Consultation closed at 4:00pm on Monday 20 March 2017.