South Australian Disability Register – Invitation
Sent on behalf of the Department for Communities and Social Inclusion
The South Australian Disability Register (the Register) is a contact list of people who provide independent advice on broad topics that concern disability.
The purpose of the Register is to enable people living with disability, their families and supporters, to inform South Australian Government policy. By engaging through the Register, state and local governments can be better informed to respond to issues, including service matters, which impact upon the lives of people living with disability.
Since 2011, members of the Register have been engaged through focus groups, forums, surveys and committees that use both face-to-face and online channels of engagement.
The Register nomination form asks you to identify interests, experience and knowledge of subjects that are common to discussions concerning disability. This is so that your participation can be more closely related to your particular expertise and interest.
Your participation is voluntary – you don’t have to be involved if you don’t want to.
If you would like to participate in activities of the Register, please follow the directions from the link below.
For more information please contact DCSI on:
Phone: (08) 8415 4278