Department of Communities holds a forum on WA disability legislation
Responding to strong community interest in the reform process, the Department of Communities is holding a free forum on the future of disability legislation. Part of their continuing consultation with the sector, the forum at Boulevard Hall in Floreat on Friday 28 July will add to the valuable insights, perspectives and ideas that the department has already received.
Service providers, people with disability, their families and carers, and the public can attend the forum either in-person or online to influence the direction of disability legislation.
As well as representatives from the Department of Communities, members from the Ministerial Advisory Council on Disability will be speaking and answering questions. The council, made up of people with disability and their families, have been working with the state government on the State Disability Strategy and the creation of an Office of Disability. They will give a run down on what has been achieved so far and what remains to be done.
In-person seats are limited, so reserve your place soon.
Public Forum: Future WA Disability Legislation
Date: Friday 28 July 10:00am to 12:00pm AWST
Location: The Boulevard Centre, 99 The Boulevard, Floreat
Light refreshments will be served.
For more information and to register for online or in-person attendance, go to the event registration page.