DONNYBROOK-Balingup Shire has finalised its new Disability Access and Inclusion Plan (DAIP) for 2012-17 following community consultation earlier this year.
“The Shire has made good progress towards improving access and inclusion of its services, facilities and information through the ongoing development and implementation of its Disability Access and Inclusion Plan,” Shire chief executive officer John Attwood said.
The DAIP 2012-17 provides the broad outcome areas, strategies and background information to identify why change is required to a facility, service or information provided by the Shire.
An accompanying Imple men tation Plan has also been developed which details the specific tasks to achieve the strategies and outcome areas and also includes a timeline and staff area of responsibility for completion.
“By identifying areas for improvement, the council can create realistic budgets and timeframes to achieve them,” Mr Attwood said.
Council’s DAIP is available on the Shire website at www.donnybrook-balingup.wa.gov.au.
Copies can also be obtained at the Shire office and by request in alternative formats.
For inquiries regarding the Shire DAIP contact principal environmental health officer Emma Della Franca on 9780 4205.
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