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Queensland Health Disability Service Plan 2014–16

Queensland Health; Government of Queensland Country Resources disability, Disability Strategies and Plans Queensland 1 January 2014 Policy document health service, plan

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The Queensland Health disability service plan 2014-16 (the plan) outlines the actions to improve the capacity and accessibility of health services the Queensland Government will take in conjunction with their key partners to support its delivery.

The purpose of the Queensland Health disability service plan 2014-16 is:
- To ensure departments regard the act’s human rights and service delivery principles, and the government’s policies for people with disabilities.
- To improve access to services across government for people with disabilities, including how the government will work with their partners to achieve more accessible and inclusive mainstream services and communities.


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