Posted: 11 March 2014

Better Bet for the Barossa – Dignity for Disability Launches Regional SA Policy

A focus on increasing tourism revenue and equitable access to services are the major changes Dignity for Disability would like to see in the Barossa Valley, as outlined in the Party’s regional SA policy launched today. The Barossa is one...

Posted: 11 March 2014

Don’t Forget the Fleurieu – Dignity for Disability Launches Regional SA Policy

The Fleurieu Peninsula is in urgent need of extra support for adults with disabilities and better mental health services, said Dignity for Disability when launching its regional policies today. "Despite being only a little more than an hour out of...

Posted: 11 March 2014

Make the Murray Mallee Mighty – Dignity for Disability Launches Regional SA Policy

A lack of essential services in the Murray Mallee is a major focus of Dignity for Disability’s regional policies, which were released today. Stretching up from the River Murray and incorporating the Riverland, the Murray Mallee is some of South...

Posted: 11 March 2014

Equality for the Eyre Peninsula – Dignity for Disability Launches Regional SA Policy

Eyre Peninsula has been identified as a highly under-serviced area of South Australia in the launch of Dignity for Disability’s regional SA policy today. Essential services such as health, education and disability support are not being properly provided in the...

Posted: 11 March 2014

End the APY Lands Apartheid – Dignity for Disability Launches Regional SA Policy

Five major service changes in the APY Lands would significantly improve quality of life for Anangu people, said d4d Party Leader Kelly Vincent MLC while launching her party’s regional SA policy today. The five changes are: - A local renal...

Posted: 11 March 2014

Count-in the Copper Coast – Dignity for Disability Launches Regional SA Policy

The mid-North and Copper Coast should be targeted as a key region to benefit from early rollout of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) while being protected from potentially hazardous coal seam gas mining, says Dignity for Disability in its...

Posted: 11 March 2014

Trust SA for Travel – Dignity for Disability Launches Tourism Policy

Today, amid the buzz of festival-season activity, Dignity for Disability launched its policy for a stronger South Australian tourism industry. Recognising the value of the tourism industry to the state’s economy, Dignity for Disability Party Leader Kelly Vincent MLC unveiled...

Posted: 8 March 2014

Deleting the Gender Gap – Dignity for Disability Launches Women’s Policy

To celebrate International Women’s Day, Dignity for Disability has launched its women’s policy. “On International Women’s Day, we acknowledge the women of Australia, beginning with the Indigenous women who are the original mothers of our country,” said Party Leader Kelly...

Posted: 7 March 2014

Health Policy Launch

Thanks for coming today everybody. We’re here to launch Dignity for Disability’s health policy – which goes well beyond the populism of simply knocking down the hospital behind me and building another one down the road. My party’s health policy...

Posted: 7 March 2014

Healthy at Home – Dignity for Disability Releases Health Policy

Dignity for Disability today released a health policy designed to concentrate services where they are most effective and help people most in need. By creating a dual-focus on primary health care and marginalised groups such as people with borderline personality...

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