Absolutely everyone is the Victorian government’s state disability plan 2017–2020. Our vision for the plan is an inclusive Victoria that supports people with disability to live satisfying everyday lives.
All Victorian government departments contributed to developing Absolutely everyone, which commits to a range of actions in partnership with the community.
Departments are responsible for implementing the plan’s framework and are accountable for its actions and outcomes.
Partnership arrangements between government departments, agencies and authorities are key to the success of the plan. Together, we are working to ensure full equality, inclusion and participation in society for Victorians with disability.
This first Absolutely everyone annual report looks at our progress against the actions and priorities for each pillar over 2017, and presents the performance indicators and measures developed for the Absolutely everyone outcomes framework.
Absolutely everyone was developed after extensive consultation with people with disability.
People with disability told us that the plan needed to include a whole-of-government approach that addresses the interrelated issues that affect people with disability in their everyday lives.
The actions we are taking under Absolutely everyone are based on the four pillars of an everyday life that people with disability told us are important to them:
• inclusive communities
• health, housing and wellbeing
• fairness and safety
• contributing lives.