Disability Access & Inclusion

Disability Access & Inclusion

Access and Inclusion is about ensuring that all public services, facilities and information is available to all community members, including those who have a disability, so that they have the opportunity and choice to participate in all aspects of community life.

Disability Access and Inclusion Plan (DAIP) Support for people with disability

The Disability Services Commission is a government service which employs Local Area Coordinators to assist people with disabilities to plan, organise and access supports and services which enhance their participation in and contribution to their local community.

‘Count Me In’ is a long term government strategy of the WA Disability Services Commission to guide all Western Australians when responding to people with disability. Count Me In has a vision that ‘All people live in welcoming communities that facilitate citizenship, friendship, mutual support and a fair go for everyone.

 Disability Servicesdept of communities

Rights for people with disability

The Australian Human Rights Commission leads the implementation of the Disability Discrimination Act 1992 to stop disability discrimination. The act promotes equal rights and opportunity and access for people with disabilities.

To make a complaint about discrimination and breaches of human rights, visit  Australian Human Rights Commission

People With Disabilities (WA) Inc. represents and speaks for the rights and equal treatment of all Western Australians with a disability. For more information, visit People With Disabilities