SHIRE OF IRWIN - A BRILLIANT BLEND

Disability Access & Inclusion Plan

Disability Access & Inclusion Plan

Disability Access & Inclusion Plan (DAIP)

DAIP

The Shire of Irwin adopted its first Disability Services Plan in 1995 to address barriers within the community. Since the adoption of the initial Disability Services Plan, the Shire has implemented a number of works and programs to improve disability access and inclusion.

DAIPs assist public authorities to plan and implement improvements to access and inclusion across seven outcome areas, in regards to services and events, buildings and facilities, information, quality of service, complaints, consultation processes and employment. These plans benefit people with disability, the elderly, young parents and people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.

Disability Access & Inclusion Plan 2012-2017

 

The Shire's DAIP is currently in the process of being updated with the completion of a recent community consultation in early 2020. The new plan will be available on this site upon implementation. 

Contact Information

Contact Info

If you would like further information on the Shire of Irwin’s DAIP or require information in an alternative format (audio, electronic, large print) please contact the Shire:

 9927 0000 or staylor@irwin.wa.gov.au (Shannan Taylor, Community Development Officer)