Have your say on the way people living with disability are treated and supported

A review into The Disability Inclusion Act is underway and Central Coast residents are encouraged to give their feedback

The Central Coast Local Health District (CCLHD) is encouraging Central Coast residents to have their say on the way people living with disability are treated and supported under The Disability Inclusion Act 2014.

The Act is currently under review, with NSW Health and NSW Communities and Justice encouraging as many people as possible to take part in an online survey or to email feedback to Communities and Justice.

“With the disability landscape changing significantly in recent years, particularly with the introduction of the NDIS, it is important that we update this piece of legislation to ensure the best possible support can be provided to those in need, and to break down the barriers that hinder this,” a spokesperson for the CCLHD said.

The survey can be accessed via the CCLHD’s Facebook page or by the NSW Communities and Justice website.
Surveys and feedback will be accepted up until March 30.

Source:
Website, Feb 6
Central Coast Health

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