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Supporting Mandurah's Access and Inclusion Plan Survey

Mandurah Matters logo COM419031 Logo Navy 350x100pxThe City of Mandurah is seeking community input into the development of a revised Access and Inclusion Plan (AIP) 2020-2025. Our school is supporting this activity through the provision of survey information and forms so please take this opportunity to participate. The survey closes September 16.

The purpose of the AIP is to ensure that all people, including people with disability, are welcomed and included in the City of Mandurah and have equitable access to:

  • Services and events
  • Buildings and facilities
  • Accessible Information
  • Quality of Service or Customer Service
  • Complaints
  • Consultation
  • Employment

Get involved and join a community session.  Register to attend an online or face to face community focus group:

  • Wednesday 26 August, 9.30 - 11.30am: In-person session at Mandurah Performing Arts Centre
  • Thursday 27 August, 4 - 6pm: In-person session at Billy Dower Youth Centre for 12-25 year olds
  • Wednesday 2 September, 5.30 - 7pm: Online session

Registrations are essential for all focus groups. Light refreshments, accessible parking and Auslan interpreter available for in-person sessions.

Complete a survey

The online survey is available via mandurahmatters.com.au at mandurahmatters.com.au/access-inclusion-2020. Or you can pick up a hard copy survey from the school or choose from various formats by phoning the city on 9550 3256.

For more information Contact the City’s Community Development Officer (Access and Inclusion) Fiona Allen on 9550 3256 or Fiona.Allen@mandurah.wa.gov.au or Leanda Syme on 9389 9930 or leanda@e-qual.net

The survey closes Wednesday 16 September.

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