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What is the Disability Access and Inclusion Plan?

The DAIP is a four-year plan that shows how Council will improve access to services and facilities for people with a disability.

By removing barriers to inclusion Council aims to create a city built on fairness and respect and is safe and welcoming for everyone.

Why is it required?

State Government legislation now requires all Councils to have a Disability Access and Inclusion Plan.

The aim of our DAIP is to:

  • Guide annual actions we deliver to reduce access and inclusion barriers experienced by people with disability between 2020 and 2024
  • Reflect our Equity, Access and Social Inclusion Policy
  • Meet Disability Inclusion Act (2018) legislative requirements
  • Inclusive communities for all
  • Leadership and collaboration
  • Accessible communities
  • Learning and Employment

What is the DAIP framework?

There are four themes that create the framework for our DAIP.

These themes support people with disability to live well in Marion, and include:

Where can I get more information?

For any enquiries, contact Melissa Batt on 8375 6600 or email

An Easy Read version of the DAIP and a limited number of print copies will be available late 2020.

Click here to view the Disability Access and Inclusion Plan.