Our Access and Inclusion Plan
We are committed to making sure that people with disability in Moreland have access to opportunities, support and assistance, and that they can participate fully in their community. Our Access and Inclusion Plan helps to do this, by helping people with disabilities, their families and carers:
- get to the places they want
- access services and get the information they need
- feel safe and part of the community
- participate in decision making, and
- have opportunities to work, exercise, socialise and be creative.
The Disability Access and Inclusion Plan 2016-20 sets out our role and commitment in removing barriers and increasing opportunities for people with a disability in Moreland.
Under the Plan, we will provide:
- accessible places and spaces
- inclusive programs and services
- employment and economic participation
- leadership and participation.
Download the Plan
- Disability Access and Inclusion Plan 2016-20 (PDF 4Mb)
- Disability Access and Inclusion Plan 2016-20 (DOC 144Kb)
- Disability Access and Inclusion Plan 2016-20 - Easy English (DOC 16Mb)
Opportunities for participation
If you live in Moreland, there are opportunities to people with disability and disability support services to participate in Council decisions.
Moreland Disability Working Group
The Moreland Disability Working Group meets 4 times a year and includes both people who work at Council and people from the community.
- gives Council advice on access and inclusion issues, and raises any concerns
- discusses the Disability Access and Inclusion Plan and makes sure we are doing what the Plan says we will do.
For example, if there is an issue is the community that is stopping people with disability accessing a service or venue, then the Working Group can let us know and we will work to fix the issue.
Find out more about the Disability Working Group.
Moreland Disability Service Provider Network
The Moreland Disability Service Provider Network includes more than 30 local disability service providers and disability representative organisations. The Network meets four times a year to share information, learn and support one another.
The Network also about what we are doing at Council.
If your organisation that wants to join this Network, please email Moreland's Disability Planner.
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