Disability Access & Inclusion

Draft Disability Access and Inclusion Plan 2018-2022

Moreton Bay Regional Council is committed to achieving the community’s vision for a thriving region of opportunity where our communities enjoy a vibrant lifestyle. This includes a safe, strong and inclusive community.

Between April and June 2017, council sought input from residents on the creation of a Disability Access and Inclusion Plan for the Moreton Bay Region. Community consultation included an online survey and focus groups with local disability advocates, which provided detailed information on the key accessibility issues within the community and suggested actions for inclusion within the plan.

A draft Disability Access and Inclusion Plan 2018-2022 has now been created outlining council’s commitment to improving the accessibility and inclusiveness of information, services and facilities available in the Moreton Bay Region.

View the Draft Disability Access and Inclusion Plan 2018-2022 via:

Disability Action Week Fund

Council is offering grant funding to support community groups and organisations to deliver events and activities during Disability Action Week, held annually during September. Up to $1,000 is available to eligible organisations.

To view Council’s financial assistance opportunities, previous projects or for more information see Disability Action Week.

National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)

The National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) is responsible for implementing the NDIS which is a new way of providing support for people with a disability, their families and carers. The NDIS is being rolled out across Australia and is expected to be implemented in the Moreton Bay Region on 1 January, 2019.

How does the NDIS work?

The NDIS provides funding to people with a disability who are under the age of 65. Eligible people are referred to as participants by the Scheme. Participants are enabled to choose the providers they engage with to best support their needs. The aim of participants selecting the provider is to increase independence, inclusion and social and economic participation.

Providers are individuals or organisations that deliver a support or a product to a participant in the NDIS.

Where can I get more information?

More information
Participants Providers
For participant readiness information, please contact:

Parent 2 Parent
Phone: 1800 777 723, Email: info@p2pqld.gov.au

mamre Association Incorporated - Pave the Way
Phone: 1300 554 402
Queensland Government toolkits for providers
YFS Participant Readiness Project
Phone: 1800 772 383
Business development package
Scheme access toolkits
Queensland Government NDIA
Frequently asked questions
If you are not satisfied with a decision made by the NDIA, you can submit an NDIS appeal.
Speaking Up For You Inc (SUFY)
Phone: (07) 3255 1244

For more general information, registering as a provider, or assessing if you are an eligible participant in the Moreton Bay Region, please phone 1800 800 110 or visit the NDIS website

Community Directory

To search and view available disability support service providers, see the online community directory.

Community Network Meetings

Council facilitates and supports a number of key community networking opportunities attended by government agencies and community service providers. These meeting are designed to assist in sharing information between Council, community service providers and government agencies, and are generally held every two months. See Community Network Meetings if you are interested in attending. Alternatively please call the Community and Cultural Programs team for more information on (07) 3205 0555.

Community eNewsletters

Community Links is Council’s primary community newsletter, offering information relating to funding and employment opportunities, professional development training, new initiatives and events for communities and community service organisations. See eNewsletter - Community Links to submit a piece of information for publication or to subscribe to Community Links.

More information

If you require further information, please contact our Community and Cultural Programs team:

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