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Disability Access and Inclusion Plan 2013-2017

Drug and Alcohol Office; Government of Western Australia Country Resources disability, Disability Strategies and Plans Australia, Western Australia 2013 Policy document plan

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Description

Our DAIP provides the framework to identify access barriers and for the development of
strategies to overcome these barriers and improve access for people with disabilities.
DAO is committed to achieving the outcomes of our DAIP, the achievement of which is the
shared responsibility of all employees, contractors and service providers.

The six desired DAIP strategy outcomes are that people with disabilities:

1. Have the same opportunities as other people to access the services of, and any events
organised by, DAO.

2. Have the same opportunities as other people to access the buildings and other
facilities of DAO.

3. Receive information from DAO in a format that will enable them to access the
information as readily as other people are able to access it.

4. Receive the same level and quality of service from the staff of DAO.

5. Have the same opportunity as other people to make complaints to DAO.

6. Have the same access as other people to participate in any public consultation by
DAO.

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