Inclusive SA

Summary of Disability Access and Inclusion Plans

DAIPS published (by 31 October 2020)

Total DAIPS: 88
State Government DAIPs: 33 (8 of which were not required by legislation)
Local council DAIPs: 55

DAIPS published (by 31 December 2020)
6 additional DAIPs, making 94 in total

Consultation

100 per cent of State Government agencies and local councils consulted on their DAIPs.
91 per cent included a consultation summary.

DAIPs that addressed Inclusive SA themes

Inclusive communities for all: 97 per cent
Leadership and collaboration: 90 per cent
Accessible communities: 95 per cent
Learning and employment: 95 per cent

DAIPs that addressed key priority areas

DAIPs that included actions that relate to supporting people living with disability to access built environments, events and facilities: 97 per cent
DAIPs that included actions that relate to supporting people with living with disability to access information and communications: 94 per cent
DAIPs that included actions that relate to addressing the specific needs of people living with disability in programs and services: 94 per cent
DAIPs that included actions that relate to supporting people living with disability to access employment: 95 per cent.

References

One in five South Australians report living with disability, or approximately 19.4 per cent (332,500 persons).
From NDIS Quarterly Report to disability ministers 30 June 2020.

3,600 (approximately) South Australians access the NDIS. 20,000 (approximately) South Australians receiving support for the first time (as at 30 June 2020).
2018 ABS Disability, Ageing and Carers: Summary of Findings.

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12 Aug 2020
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