At the City of Whittlesea, you are valued for your differences, your knowledge, abilities and experiences.
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Our Disability Action Plan (DAP) aims to ensure that the community is an accessible and inclusive place for all to live, work and play in. We are all likely to be impacted by disability at some stage in our lives, it’s important to remember that support is available to assist us and our loved ones wherever it may be needed.
Council is committed to ensuring our residents have confidence and feel supported to participate and engage with the community and with Council.
We aim to ensure our events and activities are accessible and to provide additional support where required.
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The Access Team coordinate a range of project initiatives from Council’s Disability Action Plan which aims to build capacity, promote inclusion and raise awareness of people with disability and their carers within the City of Whittlesea.
Our Access Team supports people with disabilities, their carers, disability support agencies and businesses, to ensure people with disabilities can fully participate and be included in our community.
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Our Disability Action Plan (DAP) aims to ensure that our community and all of Council’s activities are inclusive.
The DAP is the statement of the City of Whittlesea’s commitment to: or Our four priority areas as outlined in the DAP:
The plan aligns strongly with Whittlesea 2040: A place for all is the long-term vision for the City of Whittlesea and guides all of Council’s work. The DAP aligns with two of the four goals of Whittlesea 2040, being connected community and a strong local economy.
The process has recently changed and you can now apply for an accessible parking permit online.
The Whittlesea Disability Network (WDN) is a group of people with disabilities, carers of people with a disability and service providers in the City of Whittlesea.
Disability discrimination is when a person with a disability is treated less favourably than a person without a disability in the same or similar circumstances.
If you feel you or someone you know is being discriminated against, you can make a complaint to the following organisations: