Access and Inclusion

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The Town of Cambridge is committed to providing accessible services to facilitate quality lifestyles for residents with disabilities.

Download the current Disability Access and Inclusion Plan (DAIP), Implementation Plan and DAIP Brochure (an easy-to-read guide to the DAIP Plan) below.

adobe-acrobat-icon.png   DAIP Brochure 

adobe-acrobat-icon.png   Disability Access and Inclusion Plan

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Disability Access and Inclusion Forum

To ensure the Town's Disability Access and Inclusion Plan (DAIP) is meeting the needs of the community, you are invited to attend a community forum. This is an opportunity for you to voice your ideas, challenges and concerns regarding disability, access and inclusion in the Town of Cambridge.

For the latest event and information please visit Disability Access and Inclusion Community Forum.

 

Access and Services

Cambridge has implemented a range of programs and initiatives catering to people with access and inclusion issues.

View the range of services available here.

 

Good Business Access Guide

The 'Good Business Access Guide' is a step-by-step guide helping to improve your current trade practices relating to access and inclusion and how your business can be recognised as a 'Good Access Business' in the community.

Recognised businesses will be provided with a window sticker to clearly identify them as an ' Accessible Business'.

The 'Good Business Access Guide' is available for download here.

 

Disability Access and Inclusion Feedback Form

It's important to the Town to overcome as many barriers to ensure functions, facilities and services are accessible and inclusive for all.

To assist in improving disability access and inclusion across the Town, we'd like to hear your feedback by completing the online form here.

 

You're Welcome WA

As part of the Town's Access and Inclusion strategy Cambridge has collated all essential access information, about the Town's facilities, on the You're Welcome Access WA website.

The Disability Services Commission developed the site to help people with disabilities check how accessible places are before deciding to use the service or business.

You're Welcome WA aims to assist people with disabilities to access community life by:

  • providing detailed and accurate information about the accessibility of facilities and services; and
  • encouraging businesses and community organisations to make their services and facilities more accessible.

You simply select the suburb and the facility type you're after to get a list of accessible places in that area. A run-down of essential information is provided along with helpful images.

 

Contact us for more information on Access and Inclusion.

Last Updated: 29/07/2014