Why is the Access and Inclusion Plan important?
At the 2016 Census, 7,849 people in the City reported needing help or assistance in one or more of the three core activity areas of self-care, mobility and communication.
It is estimated that 20 per cent of the City’s population (around 44,000 residents) will experience a mental illness sometime in their lives, which will impact how they think, feel and behave.
There are more than 50 group homes providing accommodation to people with disability in the City of Stirling and over 30 disability service providers offering a range of services including personal care and respite.
These figures emphasise how important it is that we consider our residents of all abilities so that they feel valued, heard and engaged in the issues and decisions that matter to them.
Why should people have their say?
Who do you want to hear from?
How can people contribute?
1. Complete the online survey.
2.Tell your story using the 'Story' tool.
What will you do with my feedback?
What does the City of Stirling do?
The City of Stirling is a local government council which delivers services and programs to the community.
These include libraries and community centres, parks and sporting grounds, rubbish and waste collection, events and programs for all ages and community participation programs like volunteering and tree planting.
What suburbs are in the City of Stirling?