National Disability Strategy Second Implementation Plan
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The National Disability Strategy 2010–2020 represents a shared national approach to improving outcomes for Australians with disability, their families and carers. All governments remain committed to driving change across each outcome area as the Strategy is implemented over the coming years.
The first implementation plan, Laying the Groundwork 2011-2014, established the foundations to bring about reform in the planning and delivery of both mainstream and disability specific programs and services. The Strategy’s second implementation plan, Driving Action 2015-2018, outlines new priority actions and builds on ongoing commitments to improving outcomes for people with disability across the Strategy’s six policy outcome areas. Additional areas of national cooperation include: NDIS transition to full scheme; improving employment outcomes for people with disability; improving outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people with disability; and communication activities to promote the intent of the Strategy throughout the community.