Our Disability Access and Inclusion Plan (DAIP) 2023-27 seeks to ensure that people with disability are supported to have the same opportunities as others to access our services, facilities, information and employment with the Department of Finance.
The plan outlines strategies that we will be undertaking from 2023 to 2027 to achieve the Western Australian Public Sector’s seven desired outcomes to progress access and inclusion for people with disability.
A copy of the plan can be provided in alternate formats on request.
A Western Australia for Everyone: State Disability Strategy 2020-30 (the Strategy) sets the foundation for building a more inclusive Western Australia, empowering people with disability to participate meaningfully in all parts of society and to have the resources to do so.
The Strategy is our State’s commitment to promote transformative change including equitable opportunities and outcomes in all areas of life. The four Pillars of Change were developed by the Co-design Group and underpin the Strategy:
- Participate and contribute
- Inclusive communities
- Living well
- Rights and equity.
The Strategy is supported by an Action Plan which outlines specific actions that will be implemented to realise the objectives of the Strategy.
For more information visits WA's State Disability Strategy 2020-30.
Australia’s Disability Strategy 2021-31 is Australia’s Federal disability policy framework that's vision is for an inclusive Australian society that ensures people with disability can fulfil their potential, as equal members of the community. The Australia’s Disability Strategy 2021-31 has been agreed by all levels of government in Australia including the Department of Finance.
For more information visit Australia's Disability Strategy Hub.