Disability Access and Inclusion Survey

Published: Thursday, 18 June 2020 at 9:08:28 AM

The survey will take 10 minutes to complete and is open for feedback until Friday, 17 July.

Click here to access an online version of the survey.

Click here to download a printable version of the survey.  You are also able to collect a blank survey document from the Shire Administration Office or the Community Resource Centre.

If submitting a survey in writing, return your completed document by dropping it into the Shire Administration Office or the CRC. Alternatively, you can post your submission to PO BOX 84, Wongan Hills WA 6603, or scan and email to shire@wongan.wa.gov.au.

Need Help?
If you would like an alternative survey format or have a question, please phone Meredith Lee-Curtis on (08) 9671 2500 or email shire@wongan.wa.gov.au.

What do we want to know and why?
We want to hear from people living with disability, carers and/or family members about access and inclusion to ensure that people with a disability have the same opportunities as others.

We want to know about your experiences, including what is working and not working in our community. We also want to know about initiatives and models that we can use to make it easier for residents with disability to participate in community life.

What is an accessible community?
An accessible community is where everyone can use the public facilities including:

  • Getting into buildings
  • Using the footpaths safely
  • Enjoying parks and playgrounds
  • Accessing toilets and change rooms

An accessible community is also one where everybody can find information in a format that is useful to them.

What is an inclusive community?
An inclusive community is one where:

  • People feel valued and included
  • Everyone can take part in social events, sporting and cultural activities
  • People have opportunity to work or volunteer.

What we will do with your feedback
Your feedback will help us plan for better access and inclusion and remove existing barriers. Your feedback will go to State Government agencies developing Disability Access and Inclusion Plans (DAIPs).

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