- Contacts and locations
- Engagement and consultation
- Policies and guidelines
- Publications and resources
Access and inclusion plans
- Disability Access and Inclusion Plan 2014 to 2018
- Our vision - Disability Access and Inclusion Plan
- Disability access and inclusion context
- South Australians living with disability
- Departmental profile - staff with disability
- Disability Access and Inclusion Plan outcomes
- Outcome 1: inclusive and accessible communities
- Outcome 2: economic security and employment
- Outcome 3: rights protection, justice and legislation
- Outcome 4: personal and community support
- Outcome 5: learning and skills
- Outcome 6: health and wellbeing
- Disability Access and Inclusion Plan development and implementation
- Child and Youth Services
- Exceptional Needs Unit
- Moving On Program
- Office of the Senior Practitioner
- ASSIST Therapy Services
Outcome 5: learning and skills
People with disability achieve their full potential through their participation in an inclusive, high quality, education system that is responsive to their needs. People with disability have opportunities to continue learning throughout their lives.
Action 1: Provide learning opportunities to Accommodation Services clients through the Pathways recreation program.
- Lead responsibility: Disability Services
- Timeframe: 30 June 2016
- Measurable target: SA Government commitments met as required by the National Disability Insurance Scheme Intergovernmental Agreement.
Ready Set Go - Starting School
Starting school is an important and exciting time. DCSI has developed a guide for families of children with disability who are about to enter, or who are already in, preschool or school in South Australia. It aims to assist families to advocate for their child's learning needs.
While the guide focuses on younger children and education, the information, suggestions and resources may also be helpful for families of children with disability when accessing other non-disability-specific services or for those who are moving on to secondary school.
The guide offers tips and tools to help people speak up for a child's needs and contains practical information about children's rights, inclusive education and suggests ways to work with preschools and schools.
Phone: +61 8 8415 4250