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Disability Access and Inclusion Plan 2019–24

Director of Public Prosecutions for Western Australia Country Resources Disability Strategies and Plans Western Australia 1 January 2019 Policy document

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The Western Australian Disability Services Act 1993 (DSA) requires that all public authorities
(State Government agencies and Local Governments) implement a DAIP to ensure that people
with disability have equity of access and inclusion to services, functions, facilities and information
provided by the authority.
The overarching goal of a DAIP is to provide equity of access and inclusion to all services,
buildings, facilities, functions and information provided by the public authority by identifying and
redressing barriers that either restrict or prevent the full participation of people with disability.


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