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Disability, Access and Inclusion Plan 2017-2021

Government of Western Australia; Mental Health Commission Country Resources Disability Strategies and Plans Western Australia 1 January 2017 Policy document

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The Disability Access and Inclusion Plan 2017-2021 demonstrates the Mental Health Commission's commitment to ensuring they are proactive about removing any barriers that may exclude people from accessing information, services, facilities, events and employment opportunities within the
This document outlines the strategies and actions the Commission will pursue, and the measures by which we will evaluate our progress. We will ensure we continue to meet our current and future service obligations and goals, and demonstrate our commitment to furthering the principles and objectives of the Disability Services Act 1993.


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