Access and inclusion plan

The City of Mandurah is committed to including people with disability through the improvement of access to its facilities and services. 

The City of Mandurah’s Access and Inclusion Plan (AIP) has seven main outcomes that aim to provide people with disability the same opportunities as others 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. 

Access and inclusion advisory group

The Access and Inclusion Advisory Group assists the City by providing feedback on access and inclusion initiatives. The group plays an active role in the delivery of the City’s Access and Inclusion Plan outcomes.

Committee members are sought by written application every two years following Council elections. A panel selects committee members based on both personal and professional experience in the disability field.

The group meets six times a year and consists of three elected members and twelve community members who either have lived experience or work for an agency that supports people with disabilities.

The Access and Inclusion Advisory Group (AIAG) can provide further assistance.

Advisory group members

Elected Members

Cr Jenny Green
City of Mandurah
jenny.green@mandurah.wa.gov.au

 

Cr Ahmed Zilani
City of Mandurah
ahmed.zilani@mandurah.wa.gov.au

 

Community Member Representatives

Gary Russell-Brown
Fishability and Sail-into-Life

 

Vicki Pollard
Peel Volunteer Resource Centre

 

Heath Flanagan
Midway Community care

 

July Campbell
Community Advocate

 

Aaron Hillbrick
Community Advocate

 

Deborah Wiseman
Riverside Primary School Education Support Centre

 

Maryanne Baker
Mandurah Murray Employment Facilitator

 

Andrew Mathewson
Community Advocate

 

Malcolm Anderson
Community Advocate

 

Joseph Harrall
Alternative and Augmentative Communication Mentor

 

Local NDIS Partners & Organisation Representatives

 

Leanne Peebles
Department of Sport and Recreation

 

Aaron Spice
APM Community Capacity Building

 

Roma Kolatowicz
South Metro Wanslea

 

City of Mandurah

 

Kellie Wilson
Team Leader, Community Sector Support
9550 3717
Kellie.Wilson@mandurah.wa.gov.au

 

Fiona Allen
Community Development Officer
9550 3256
Fiona.Allen@mandurah.wa.gov.au