Draft Disability Access and Inclusion Plan

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Consultation has concluded

Project Information

The purpose of the stakeholder and community consultation was to seek feedback on City of Adelaide's draft Disability Access and Inclusion Plan (The Plan).

The consultation asked for feedback on:

  • Have we captured your experiences with getting around the city?
  • Are we on the right track to remove barriers that can stop people from participating in city life?
  • Is there anything else we could do to assist you to visit, shop, study or work in the city?
  • Do you agree with our four-year focus areas? Or have we missed something?


Background 

As South Australia’s capital city, the City of Adelaide is committed to demonstrating best practice in access and inclusion planning. 

This Disability Access and Inclusion Plan (the Plan) recognises the importance of inclusion and access for everyone, removing barriers to participation and enabling people living with disability to participate equally in their communities. It is a roadmap for how City of Adelaide will promote inclusion in the community and how people with disability can access our mainstream supports and services. 

The Draft Disability Access and Inclusion Plan outlines five goals: 

  1. Infrastructure that helps people to move around and navigate the city. 
  2. Liveable neighbourhoods and communities that enable everyone to participate. 
  3. Events and festivals for everyone to attend. 
  4. Businesses that are welcoming to more customers. 
  5. Inclusive customer and employee experience that is embedded into everything the City of Adelaide does.


What happens next?

Our draft will be finalised before returning to Council for approval. The Plan will then be published on our website.

Project Information

The purpose of the stakeholder and community consultation was to seek feedback on City of Adelaide's draft Disability Access and Inclusion Plan (The Plan).

The consultation asked for feedback on:

  • Have we captured your experiences with getting around the city?
  • Are we on the right track to remove barriers that can stop people from participating in city life?
  • Is there anything else we could do to assist you to visit, shop, study or work in the city?
  • Do you agree with our four-year focus areas? Or have we missed something?


Background 

As South Australia’s capital city, the City of Adelaide is committed to demonstrating best practice in access and inclusion planning. 

This Disability Access and Inclusion Plan (the Plan) recognises the importance of inclusion and access for everyone, removing barriers to participation and enabling people living with disability to participate equally in their communities. It is a roadmap for how City of Adelaide will promote inclusion in the community and how people with disability can access our mainstream supports and services. 

The Draft Disability Access and Inclusion Plan outlines five goals: 

  1. Infrastructure that helps people to move around and navigate the city. 
  2. Liveable neighbourhoods and communities that enable everyone to participate. 
  3. Events and festivals for everyone to attend. 
  4. Businesses that are welcoming to more customers. 
  5. Inclusive customer and employee experience that is embedded into everything the City of Adelaide does.


What happens next?

Our draft will be finalised before returning to Council for approval. The Plan will then be published on our website.

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