Social Inclusion Board (SA)

Owning Institution:

Strong voices: A blueprint to enhance life and claim the rights of people with a disability (2012-2020)

Strong Voices, seeks primarily to address the power imbalance – to move it away from systems and bureaucracy and towards people with disability, their families and carers. It is a plan, not just for Government, but for the whole community, to change the way disability...
Discussion paper

Activating citizenship: a social inclusion approach for disability in South Australia

This paper outlines the Social Inclusion Board’s broad vision of how reform for people with disability might look. It is intended to provide South Australians with an opportunity to contribute their knowledge, experiences and expertise. It is a way for people with disability, their families...

Choices and connections: the better pathways service approach for young people with disabilities

The South Australian Premier, The Hon. Mike Rann, sought advice from the Social Inclusion Board on new and effective ways to support young people with a disability to transition to the post-school environment. The Board has concluded that young people with a disability most 'at...

Making the connections January 2004

Making the Connections is the result of the Social Inclusion Board’s investigation into the causes of low school retention rates and our response as Government to the Board’s work. It considers ways young people and their families, schools, government agencies and communities can work together...