Disability Access and Inclusion Plan (DAIP)

The City of Canning is committed to facilitating the inclusion of people with disabilities through developing and improving access to services, facilities, programs and events.  In doing so, the City has developed its Disability Access and Inclusion Plan (DAIP) to provide a focus on the services it provides and the relevant agents and contractors engaged to increase independence, opportunities and inclusion for people with disabilities within the local community.

The DAIP has seven main outcomes that aim to provide people with disability the same opportunities as others to access:

  • services
  • buildings and other facilities
  • information
  • staff assistance
  • feedback and complaint mechanisms
  • public consultation processes
  • employment opportunities by the City of Canning.

Overall these strategies, though specifically aimed at addressing access for people with disability, also improve access for older people, families and those with temporary mobility related impairments.

Learn more about The City’s DAIP at Disability Access & Inclusion Plan

Clink on the following links to view the State Government access guidelines and the Australian standards on access

For more information on the City's DAIP framework, please call the City of Canning on 1300 422 664 or submit an online enquiry

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