About the Disability Access and Inclusion Plan
We're developing a new Disability Access and Inclusion Plan for Moreland and calling on our community to provide input.
A Disability Access and Inclusion Plan is a document that outlines Council's commitment to removing barriers and improving accessibility in the city over the next four years. This document is reviewed and redeveloped every four years through community engagement.
You can view Council's current Disability Access and Inclusion Plan by clicking in the link on this web page.
Help us improve access and inclusion in Moreland
Over the coming weeks we'll be talking with our community and stakeholders to identify ways to improve access and inclusion in Moreland. We're seeking feedback from people with disability; their families, carers, service providers, advocates, the arts, business and sports communities, and anyone with an interest in the human rights of people with disability in Moreland.
Tell us what you think about accessibility in Moreland by completing the short survey below by *Survey extended until Monday 30 August 2021. We're also inviting ideas about how to support people with disability in the pandemic below or you can provide feedback to us via email, telephone or post.
If you have any specific access requirements to participate please contact George or Becky at Moreland Council.
The findings of this survey will inform a draft Disability Access and Inclusion Plan that will be made available for viewing and feedback in October this year.