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Future Directions: Towards Challenge 2014

ACT Government; Australia Community Services Directorate Country Resources Disability Strategies and Plans Australian Capital Territory 31 December 2009 Policy document human rights, social and economic rights

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The Vision of this strategy is for all people with disabilities achieve what they want to achieve, live how they choose to live and are valued as full and equal members of the ACT community.

This strategy has 6 priorities which are;
Strategic Priority 1 —- I want the right support, right time, right place
Strategic Priority 2 — I want to contribute to the community
Strategic Priority 3 — I want to socialise and engage in the community
Strategic Priority 4 — I want to know what I need to know
Strategic Priority 5 — I want to tell my story once
Strategic Priority 6 — I want a quality service system

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