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Victorian Disability Advisory Council (VDAC)
The Victorian Disability Advisory Council (VDAC) was established in July 2007. The council provides advice to the Minister for Community Services.
The VDAC advises on policies and strategies to increase the participation of people with a disability in the Victorian community. The council also works with other community and government advisory groups to create opportunities for all Victorians.
The Functions of the Victorian Disability Advisory Council are to:
- Provide advice to the Minister for Community Services about:
- Government policy directions, strategic planning and initiatives for people with a disability
- Strategies to remove barriers to full inclusion and participation in the community of people with a disability
- Any matter referred to the Council by the Minister.
- Effectively communicate with people with a disability, the Victorian Government and the wider community
- Raise community awareness of the rights of people with disability and the role of government, business and the wider community in promoting rights
- Consult and work with other disability advisory councils or similar bodies
- Monitor the implementation of strategies for promoting inclusion and participation for people with a disability in the community.
The Victorian Disability Advisory Council reports annually to the Minister on the performance of its functions.
The current council's term of office is from 1 July 2013 to 30 June 2016.
Contact the Victorian Disability Advisory Council
C/- Office for Disability
GPO Box 4057,
Level 24, 50 Lonsdale Street
Melbourne VIC 3001
Tel: 1300 880 043, or direct line (03) 9096 7616
Fax: (03) 9650 3812
TTY: (03) 9639 2417