Survey: Voice of Queenslanders with Disability

Queensland’s Disability Plan 2022-2027 will help to achieve Australia’s Disability Strategy across the state, in a way that recognises Queensland’s unique peoples, regions and diversity.

Queensland’s Disability Plan has seven outcome areas: Working and earning money, inclusive homes and communities, rights, fairness and safety, getting support, learning and skills, health and wellbeing and community attitudes.

As part of a new partnership between Griffith University, Queenslanders with Disability Network (QDN) and the Queensland Government, the Voice of Queenslanders with Disability Survey will find out how these areas are changing over time.

The new Voice of Queenslanders with Disability annual report will provide an in-depth understanding of people’s experiences, successes and challenges in alignment with Queensland’s Disability Plan.

Starting on 31 January 2023, there will be a number of different ways for you to share your stories and have your say, including online questionnaires, interviews, and focus groups.

Who can share their stories?

  • People with disability
  • Families and carers of people with disability
  • Disability service providers
  • Peak and advocacy organisations relating to disability

For more information, and to register to share your story in 2023, visit the Voice of Queenslanders with Disability website.