The Youth Disability Advocacy Service or YDAS is running consultations for disabled young people to share your ideas about the Victorian State Disability Plan and the Disability Act.

The Victorian Government is developing the next State Disability Plan and your feedback will help ensure the needs of disabled young people are heard and represented.

The State Disability Plan will outline actions that the Victorian Government needs to do over the next 4 years to make Victoria safer, fairer and more accessible for disabled people.

The Victorian Government also wants to hear how the Disability Act 2006 can be made stronger to protect disabled people, support your needs and goals, and promote your rights.

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Who should come?

Disabled young people in Victoria, aged between 12 – 25. 

You do not need to know anything about the Victorian State Disability Plan or the Disability Act to attend.

What is happening?

There will be a 3 hour consultation (with lots of breaks) which has fun activities and conversations about the Victorian State Disability Plan and the Disability Act.

When is it?

The in-person consultation is on Wednesday 21 April from 5 – 8 pm. It will be held at the YDAS office in Melbourne CBD.

The online consultation is on Thursday 22 April from 5 – 8 pm.

Will I be paid?

Yes, you will be paid $50 for coming and sharing your ideas! 

What do I need to do?

Click here to sign up for the consultations.

Someone from YDAS will reach out to you to confirm your spot. 

If you need any help with this or have any questions, you can contact Is Hay.

Their email is ihay@ydas.org.au

Their phone number is 0472 635 607. 

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