WA Have Your Say - State Disability Plan

WA have your say on disability and inclusion.

We want to hear from you. Help us create the vision of the State Disability Plan, which supports and empowers people with disability.  

We want to capture people’s hopes and aspirations as well as understand the challenges that people face day-to-day.

You can answer the questions by text or sending us drawings, photos or even short videos, so get creative!

If you require assistance to complete this form please telephone 6167 8899 and our team will happily assist you.

 

*Survey closes Tuesday 12 February 2019

About You

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* Please provide contact details

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* Please confirm your age bracket

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* Tick any of the following that apply to you

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* How did you hear about this survey?

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* Did someone help you complete this survey?

To upload a photo, a drawing or a short video please select the Choose File option under each question
Inclusion
Inclusion means many things to different people – To be included is an attitude and approach that embraces diversity. Inclusion values people’s differences and promotes equal opportunities for all. It could be belonging, where you feel welcomed, where you can contribute and feel connected, valued and respected.

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* I feel included when...

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Empowerment
Being empowered means that you feel stronger, confident and more in control. Empowerment of an individual brings about self-acceptance and self-confidence, and the ability to take part in decision-making.
When people are empowered they are better prepared to take advantage of opportunities whether it be for health, employment, education or social interaction.

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* I feel empowered when...

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Feeling Valued
Different things make different types of people feel valued. Feeling valued often requires someone seeing worth in you and your contribution. For some, it’s regular attention, praise or recognition. Others may look for quality time spent with the people they love and respect.

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* I feel valued when...

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About Your Community
A community can be defined as more than just a group of people living in the same place. For some, it may mean a feeling of fellowship with others, as a result of sharing common attitudes, interests and goals. Real communities give us a sense of shared identity, a sense of togetherness and a sense of belonging.
We’d like to know about your community. What it’s like now and how you would like it to look in the future.

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* One word that describes my community now is...

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* One word that describes how I'd like my community to look in 10 years is...

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* What is your vision for disability and inclusion in Western Australia?

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* I give permission for my responses, pictures, photos, videos to be used by Department of Communities as part of marketing material around the State Disability Plan

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