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Disability Action Plan 2018-2020

Department of Health and Human Services, Victoria State Government Country Resources Disability Strategies and Plans Victoria 2018 Policy document equality, Social Inclusion

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Developed in partnership with people with disability to reflect their leadership and vision for the future, the plan will drive real and continued change and enable us to share what we learn across government and with community and other organisations.

The plan will be implemented over three years until 31 December 2020. Each year we will release an implementation plan. Yearly plans will enable us to review and refine our approach on engagement with key stakeholders.

The plan uses Absolutely everyone: state disability plan 2017-2020 and its outcomes framework as its overarching organising structure. The four pillars and 14 outcomes from the Absolutely everyone outcomes framework have been adopted in this plan. The four pillars describe the outcome domains that the department seeks to achieve meaningful progress towards. The four pillars are:

1. Inclusive communities

2. Health, housing and wellbeing

3. Fairness and safety

4. Contributing lives

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