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A disability action plan is a strategy for implementing and monitoring inclusive policies and practices for the benefit of people with disability. It is designed to alter any policies and practices that might result in discrimination against people with disability or their carers.
Under Part 3 of the Disability Discrimination Act 1992 (Cth), disability action plans may be developed voluntarily by organisations and submitted to the Australian Human Rights Commission. All submitted disability action plans must be made public by the Commission.
Benefits of having a disability action plan include: