Illawarra Shoalhaven and Southern NSW DIAP

Directorate: Illawarra Shoalhaven & Southern NSW Districts

Division: Child Protection Permanency District and Youth Justice

Project summary

Focus Area:

  • Supporting access to meaningful employment.
  • Improving access to mainstream services through better systems and processes.

Project objective

Illawarra Shoalhaven & Southern NSW (ISSNSW) Disability Inclusion Action Plan (DIAP), Covering Action Area 1 (Employment), Action Area 2 (System and Processes), Action Area 3 (Attitudes and Behaviours) and Action Area 4 (Liveable Communities)

What will success look like?

ISSNSW District DIAP Progress Reporting has commenced with the first report - 15 July 2022. Each Priority Area and associated Actions have the Owner listed, Resources Required, Measure of Success and current Status.   Progress Reports will now be issued every 3 months.

Planned actions

Promotion of Workplace Diversity Survey, commence Targeted recruitment plan, commence Office Accessibility audits and hold Leadership Forums 2022 with Inclusiveness theme

Status report

Current Status: Progressing

Date: July 2022

Status Notes:

DIAP Official Launched, December 2021, with an on-line function.  Promotion of the  Workforce Diversity Survey; Workforce Analystics data reviewed; Targeted recruitment planning has commenced:  DIAP Manager's Resource Kit under development: Office Accessibility Audits have commenced; Leadership Forum held in February 2022 with Inclusiveness theme (direct linkage with ISSNSW DIAP); DCJ DEN promotion to ISSNSW District staff.

Last updated:

28 Feb 2023

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