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Promoting Independence: Disability Action Plan for South Australia

Department of Human Services; Government of South Australia Country Resources Disability Strategies and Plans South Australia 31 December 2000 Policy document mental health promotion, mental health service

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An agenda for mental health services in South Australia, that promotes independence, participation and inclusion.

The focus is on ensuring that mainstream services are accessible for people with disabilities and on eliminating all practices within those services that unlawfully discriminate against people with disabilities.

The objective is for government portfolios, agencies and service providers to build accessibility considerations into strategic planning, policy development, budgeting and reporting processes of government service delivery.

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