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Towards an all abilities Queensland (detailed version)

The Queensland Government is developing a new state disability plan for an all abilities Queensland. The plan will help build a society which enables people with disability to fulfil their potential as equal citizens and live the life they choose.

We want to work with people with disability, their families and carers, businesses, organisations, local and commonwealth governments and the community to identify practical actions to make change happen.

The consultation paper Towards an all abilities Queensland outlines a proposed vision and priority areas for a new disability plan—with Queenslanders with disability, their families and carers at the centre.

The proposed vision is Queenslanders of all abilities can live the life they choose.

The proposed priority areas are:

  1. personal and community relationships
  2. recreation and tourism
  3. working and learning
  4. key services
  5. leadership and contribution.

The paper discusses these priorities and includes questions to prompt your feedback on how we can make Queensland even more inclusive and responsive to people with disability.

We want to hear your views on what is most important and what you think must happen to build an all abilities Queensland.

You can make your submission online, by email, or in writing.

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How your feedback will be used

Feedback will help develop a plan to build an all abilities Queensland. The plan will become government policy, guide relevant government activities and influence government's partners (including local government, community organisations and businesses).

We will not publish your comments without your consent. Please tell us if you agree to your comments being published or used in public documents.

Answer an online survey

  • Online survey: Towards an all abilities Queensland

    This is a longer version of the survey for people who want to provide detailed feedback. A shorter version is available here.

    This survey will take approximately 30 minutes to complete depending on the number of questions you choose to respond to. You do not need to answer all questions, only those of interest to you.

    We will not publish your comments without your consent. Please tell us if you agree to your comments being published or used in public documents.

    Please note: There is a 45 minute time limit for completing the survey from the time you start filling it out. To save your response, click the 'finish later' button (within the 45 minute time limit)—you will be given an address and a password which you can use later to complete your response.

Written submissions

We also accept written submissions.


Policy and Legislation
Department of Communities, Child Safety and Disability Services
GPO Box 806
Brisbane QLD 4001

Please email us or phone 13 QGOV (13 74 68) if you would like to make a submission in another way.

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Submit your responses now. Closes 24 February 2017, 11.59pm.

Last updated
30 January 2017

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