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Interim Disability Action Plan 2018-2021

Department of Health and Human Services, Tasmanian Government Country Resources Disability Strategies and Plans Tasmania 2018 Policy document

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This 4 year plan (2018-2021) has 5 aims; It hopes
- to enable people with disability to live in accessible and well-designed communities with the opportunity for full inclusion in social, economic, sporting and cultural life.
- to allow people with disability have their rights promoted, upheld and protected.
- to enable people with disability, their families and carers to have economic security, enabling them to plan for the future and exercise control over their lives.
- to help people with disability, their families and carers to have access to a range of support to assist them to live independently and actively engage in their communities.
- to further people with disability attaining the highest possible health and wellbeing outcomes throughout their lives.

For each aim the plan sets out numerous objectives that will promote its achievement.


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