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2011-2015 Disability Access and Inclusion Plan

COPY Disability Access and Inclusion Plan 2015-2020

To provide feedback please email our Community Development team on cdo@mandurah.wa.gov.au

 

Access Mandurah

Have your Say on our Disability Access and Inclusion Plan 2015-2020

The City of Mandurah has released a consultation draft of its Access and Inclusion Plan (AIP) for public comment. The AIP aims to improve access to our services, information and facilities for people with a disability.

To assist us in developing a plan that meets the needs of the community, interested organisations and members of the community are invited to provide feedback.

View a copy of the AIP and provide feedback here or view the related documents to the right hand side.

 
Please provide all submissions by 5pm, Wednesday, 12th August 2015.

 

For a hard copy of the AIP or to obtain further information, please contact Community Development Officer on 9550 3275 or email cdo@mandurah.wa.gov.au

 

City of Mandurah Disability Access and Inclusion Plan

The City of Mandurah’ s 2011/15 Disability Access and Inclusion Plan (DAIP) has seven main outcomes that aim to provide people with disability with the same opportunities as other people to access:

• Services (including events)
• Buildings and other facilities
• Information (in appropriate formats)
• Quality of service from staff
• Feedback and complaint systems
• Public consultations processes
• Employment opportunities by the City of Mandurah
Overall the strategies, though specifically aimed at addressing inequalities faced by people with disability, also improve access for elderly people, families and those with temporary mobility-related impairments. In addition, the strategies aimed at improving quality of service and feedback and consultation processes will benefit the entire community.
To find out more about the City’s DAIP, or find out more about the progress and achievements, please click on the related documents on the right side of this page.

If you wish to receive additional information about Disability Access and Inclusion please contact:

Community Development
Phone: 9550 3850
Postal: PO Box 210 Mandurah WA 6210
Email: cdo@mandurah.wa.gov.au

Improving access in the community. How to have Your Say! Is a step-by-step guide and feedback form to either encourage State and Local Government authorities to remove access barriers or to acknowledge access improvement.

Accessibility in Mandurah

The City of Mandurah is committed to working with the community and service providers to make Mandurah accessible and enjoyable for all.

The information provided here encourages people of all abilities whether residents or visitors to enjoy and participate in the Mandurah lifestyle.

Whether it is getting out and about and experiencing what Mandurah has to offer or getting involved in making this City a better place to work, live and play, use the below links to find out more.

City of Mandurah Disability Access and Inclusion Plan 

The City of Mandurah’s 2011/15 Disability Access and Inclusion Plan (DAIP) has seven main outcomes that aim to provide people with disability with the same opportunities as other people to access:

  • Services (including events)
  • Buildings and other facilities
  • Information (in appropriate formats)
  • Quality of service from staff
  • Feedback and complaint systems
  • Public consultations processes
  • Employment opportunities by the City of Mandurah
Overall the strategies, though specifically aimed at addressing inequalities faced by people with disability, also improve access for elderly people, families and those with temporary mobility-related impairments. In addition, the strategies aimed at improving quality of service and feedback and consultation processes will benefit the entire community.
To find out more about the City’s DAIP, or find out more about the progress and achievements, please click on the related documents on the right side of this page.
Improving access in the community. How to have Your Say! Is a step-by-step guide and feedback form to either encourage State and Local Government authorities to remove access barriers or to acknowledge access improvement.