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The Shire of Murray is committed to ensuring that the community is accessible to and inclusive of people with disability, their families and carers. This is achieved through consultation with the Murray Aged, Access and Inclusion Group (MAAIG).
The Shire interprets an accessible and inclusive community as one in which all Council functions, facilities and services (both in-house and contracted) are open, welcoming, available and accessible to people with disability, providing them with the same opportunities, rights and responsibilities as other people in the community.
The Shire of Murray’s Access and Inclusion Plan 2018/2022 (AIP) was finalised and endorsed by the Disability Services Commission in December, 2017. The AIP is required to focus on seven key outcomes for people with disability and their carers.
Under the plan, people with disability have: