Disability Access and Inclusion Plan (DAIP) - review
The City of Canning is currently reviewing its Disability Access and Inclusion Plan (DAIP) 2017-2022 and is seeking feedback from community members, in particular people with disability, their families, carers and service providers.
The community consultation component of the review process is being undertaken by means of a community survey and direct engagement with community groups and organisations.
The City of Canning remains committed to facilitating the inclusion of people with disabilities through developing and improving the 7 outcome areas of the DAIP, being:
- Buildings & Facilities
- Service quality
- Feedback and complaint mechanisms
- Public consultation processes
- Employment opportunities
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. To review the current DAIP (2017-2022), please click the link here: Disability Access & Inclusion Plan
To provide your feedback, please visit our online 'Your Say' community survey, by clicking the link here - Community Survey Your Say link
This survey usually takes about 20 minutes to complete. Alternative formats are available upon request. Hard copies are available at our Administration Building, Canning Libraries or the Bentley Community Hub.
If you require assistance, please contact our Inclusive Communities team on (08) 6350 7229 to complete survey over the phone, on-line or in person.
To be in the prize draw for a $50 voucher or 12 month Leisureplex Plus Membership, please complete your survey by - Sunday, 13th February, 2022.
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