Disability Service Plan

Each Queensland Government department must develop a disability service plan. The plan outlines the actions they will take to progress the priorities of the All Abilities Queensland: opportunities for all state disability plan.

The plan shows how we will work with our partners to build a fairer, more inclusive Queensland where people with a disability, their families and carers are able to access the same opportunities, on the same basis as everyone else.

The plan supports initiatives that help build a Queensland where people with disability are respected for their abilities.

The plan also reflects the department's commitment to supporting and encouraging a workforce that is representative of the community. It aims to:

  • dismantle structural barriers
  • be responsive to emerging issues
  • improve access to services for Queenslanders with disability.

The department reports each year on progress toward the plan's actions.

The Department of Children, Youth Justice and Multicultural Affairs is made of portfolios from 3 previous departments which had disability service plans in place. The disability service plans that relate to the department include:

Developing a disability service plan

Visit the All Abilities website to find out how to:

  • develop disability access and inclusion plans
  • engage with people with disability in the design and delivery of services.

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