Inclusive SA Annual Report 2021–2022
State Disability Inclusion Plan 2019–2023
The Inclusive SA Annual Report 2021–22 provides an update on the State’s progress to achieving the vision of an accessible and inclusive South Australia, based on fairness and respect.
Government of South Australia agencies and local councils have made significant progress in 2021–22 with their Inclusive SA actions and their individual Disability Access and Inclusion Plans (DAIPs).
Disability Access and Inclusion Plans
State Government agencies have 91 per cent of a total of their DAIP actions, either completed or in progress, and local councils have 76 per cent of their DAIP actions either completed or in progress.
Inclusive SA actions
Inclusive SA theme 1
We are building inclusive communities for all, with 86 per cent of actions either completed or in progress.
Inclusive SA theme 2
More people living with disability are influencing change with 72 per cent of actions completed or in progress.
Inclusive SA theme 3
Our communities are becoming more accessible, with 78 per cent of actions either completed or in progress.
Inclusive SA theme 4
Learning and employment opportunities are improving for people living with disability with 75 per cent of actions completed or in progress.
Highlights of 2021–22
Incredible work was achieved across the State in 2021–22, and some highlights included:
- The Office of Recreation Sport and Racing educated the sector on how to become more inclusive at a Club Development Conference.
- Wellbeing SA facilitated 9 lived experience workshops with the intellectual disability community to improve access to cancer screening.
- Silver Livable Design Guidelines being incorporated within 400 Public Housing Improvement Program new builds (as at 2021–22)
- The City of Playford held the Positive Futures Expo, educating 300 visitors about learning, employment, volunteering, study and social options available to people with disability.
Learn more about how we are working to improve the lives of people living with disability, read the Inclusive SA Annual report 2021–2022.Page last updated : 07 Mar 2023