(Disability) Access and Inclusion Plan 2019-2022: Stage Two

Consultation has concluded

Project update

In February 2019 the City of Adelaide endorsed its Disability Access and Inclusion Plan 2019-2022 (DAIP). The DAIP outlines Council’s policy position and includes an action plan. You can read the full DAIP by visiting the City of Adelaide Access and Inclusion page website. You can also subscribe to our new Access and Inclusion mailing list to receive our bi-annual newsletter.


Stage 2: Project Update

Stage 2 of consultation closed 5pm, 12 October 2018. During Stage 2 108 people visited the Your Say Adelaide page and 15 people collectively participated in three targeted focus groups (see key dates). A summary of the focus group feedback can be found here. Further updates will be posted on this page as the work towards preparing the final version for submission to Council is progressed.

Background

This is Stage Two of the project. During Stage One of the project we sought feedback on what the priorities for action should be for a new strategy, and identify key partnership opportunities with the sector. Your feedback contributed to the development of the draft (Disability) Access and Inclusion Plan 2019 -2022.

We would like your feedback on the new draft (Disability) Access and Inclusion Plan 2019 -2022.

The engagement period opens 31 August 2018 for six weeks; and will close 5pm, 12 October 2018.

If you would like to ask a question about the project, please click on the Q&A tab below.

If you would like to know more about the background to the project, please click on the Newsfeed tab below.

See below for further information for Stage Two of consultation:

Consultation Pack
Draft Access and Inclusion Plan 2019 -2022
Draft Access and Inclusion Plan 2019 -2022: Easy Read
Disability Access and Inclusion 2019 -2022: Action PlanFrequently Asked Questions
For Further information Please Contact



Project update

In February 2019 the City of Adelaide endorsed its Disability Access and Inclusion Plan 2019-2022 (DAIP). The DAIP outlines Council’s policy position and includes an action plan. You can read the full DAIP by visiting the City of Adelaide Access and Inclusion page website. You can also subscribe to our new Access and Inclusion mailing list to receive our bi-annual newsletter.


Stage 2: Project Update

Stage 2 of consultation closed 5pm, 12 October 2018. During Stage 2 108 people visited the Your Say Adelaide page and 15 people collectively participated in three targeted focus groups (see key dates). A summary of the focus group feedback can be found here. Further updates will be posted on this page as the work towards preparing the final version for submission to Council is progressed.

Background

This is Stage Two of the project. During Stage One of the project we sought feedback on what the priorities for action should be for a new strategy, and identify key partnership opportunities with the sector. Your feedback contributed to the development of the draft (Disability) Access and Inclusion Plan 2019 -2022.

We would like your feedback on the new draft (Disability) Access and Inclusion Plan 2019 -2022.

The engagement period opens 31 August 2018 for six weeks; and will close 5pm, 12 October 2018.

If you would like to ask a question about the project, please click on the Q&A tab below.

If you would like to know more about the background to the project, please click on the Newsfeed tab below.

See below for further information for Stage Two of consultation:

Consultation Pack
Draft Access and Inclusion Plan 2019 -2022
Draft Access and Inclusion Plan 2019 -2022: Easy Read
Disability Access and Inclusion 2019 -2022: Action PlanFrequently Asked Questions
For Further information Please Contact



Consultation has concluded
  • Project background and information

    about 1 year ago
    Background

    The City of Adelaide Access and Inclusion Strategy 2013-2016 was developed in consultation with key stakeholders and endorsed by Council in November 2012. The Strategy set out Council’s commitment to making the city a welcoming and inclusive place for everyone to enjoy, with a particular focus on outcomes for people with disability.

    The 2013 -2016 Strategy, which has guided a process of renewed focus and action regarding disability planning in the city, resulted in the establishment of the Access and Inclusion Advisory Panel and a case-study approach to access and inclusion projects. Check out our website for past projects...

    Background

    The City of Adelaide Access and Inclusion Strategy 2013-2016 was developed in consultation with key stakeholders and endorsed by Council in November 2012. The Strategy set out Council’s commitment to making the city a welcoming and inclusive place for everyone to enjoy, with a particular focus on outcomes for people with disability.

    The 2013 -2016 Strategy, which has guided a process of renewed focus and action regarding disability planning in the city, resulted in the establishment of the Access and Inclusion Advisory Panel and a case-study approach to access and inclusion projects. Check out our website for past projects here.

    Project Information

    In 2018, we are working alongside the Access and Inclusion Advisory Panel and key stakeholders to build a new disability access and inclusion planning framework to run from 2019 to 2022.

    The new (Disability) Access and Inclusion Plan 2019-2022 will build on the achievements of the Access and Inclusion Strategy 2013-2016, which included the establishment of the Access and Inclusion Advisory Panel and a case study approach to access and inclusion projects. Check out our website for past projects here).

    Stage One of the consultation ran from 28 May to 25 June 2018. This stage sought feedback on:

    • Priorities for action
    • Identification of partnership opportunities with the sector.
    see below for more Stage 1 project information:

    As well as online feedback, a Stakeholder Workshop was held on 13 June. A summary of the feedback received is available in the 'related documents' tab (located to the right).

    Stage Two of the consultation will open 29 August to 10 October 2018. This stage seeks feedback on:

    • The proposed implementation approach
    • The proposed Action Plan.