The City of Bayswater's Disability Access and Inclusion Plan - 2016-2020 helps us make sure that people with disability in our community have equity of access to services, facilities, functions and information provided by the City.
Access and Inclusion Plan Consultation Now Open
The City is commencing a review of its Access and Inclusion Plan to create our new four-year Access and Inclusion Plan (2020- 2024). The redevelopment of our Access and Inclusion Plan will assist the City and agents and contractors to progress our commitment to improving equity for people of all abilities to access Council owned and managed:
- Services and events
- Buildings and facilities
- Quality customer service
- Complaint mechanisms
- Consultation processes
There are a number of ways people with disability, their families and carers, disability service providers, community groups and residents and interested community groups can participate in the consultation.
1. Take the online Access and Inclusion Plan Survey
You can have your say by clicking on the link below and completing the survey.
Access and Inclusion Plan Survey
Alternatively, if you would like to speak to someone about this survey, require the information in an alternative format such as Large Print, or have any queries about the Access and Inclusion Plan review, please phone Community Development 9272 0621. Submissions are welcomed until 5pm on Tuesday, 3 December 2019
2. Register and attend one of the Access and Inclusion Plan Community Forums
When: Thursday 21 November 2019 / 12.00pm to 1.30pm
Where: The RISE Community Centre, 28 Eighth Avenue, Maylands
When: Thursday 21 November 2019 / 5.30pm to 6.30pm
Where: City of Bayswater Civic Centre, 61 Broun Avenue, Morley
Click on the link below to register.
3. Attend the International Day of People with Disability - #360 Access for All
When: Tuesday, 3 December (9am - 5pm)
Where: Galleria Shopping Centre, Collier Road, Morley (Food Court)
Visit the Galleria Shopping Centre on the International Day of People with Disability; and
- share your views with City staff on how we can improve access and inclusion to services and facilities;
- speak with the City's Volunteer Age Friendly Ambassadors who will have information to connect people to practical information and services in our local community; and
- see a range of daily living aids and technological solutions that foster independence at home
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