Disability Service Plan

Interim Disability Service Plan

The interim Disability Service Plan outlines the actions our department will take to progress the priorities of the State Disability Plan.

View the interim Disability Service Plan July 2021–June 2022 (PDF, 334 KB) interim Disability Service Plan July 2021–June 2022 (DOCX, 832 KB).  

Past Disability Service Plans

Former Department of Communities, Disability Services and Seniors

Disability Service Plan 2020-2021

As lead department for disability in Queensland, we play a key role in building a more inclusive Queensland and promoting better outcomes for people with disability.

We are doing this through the priorities of communities for all; lifelong learning; employment; everyday services and leadership and participation. Our contribution to these priorities in the 2020-21 year is detailed throughout this plan and in the COVID-19 supplement.

View the Disability Service Plan 2020-21 (PDF, 612 KB) Disability Service Plan 2020-21 (DOCX, 600 KB).

Disability Service Plan 2017-2020

The Disability Service Plan 2017-2020 (PDF, 1.2 MB) Disability Service Plan 2017-2020 (DOCX, 890 KB) helped Queensland to get ready for the transition to NDIS.

Progress reports

These reports show our achievements toward the activities outlined in our Disability Service Plan 2017-2020.

Former Department of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Partnerships

The former Department of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Partnerships’ Disability Service Plan 2020–2023 (PDF, 374 KB) clearly demonstrates how our department will continue to work closely with its strategic partners to build a fairer, more inclusive Queensland where people with disability, their families and carers are able to access the same opportunities on the same basis as everyone else.

Our Disability Service Plan aligns to the 5 priority areas of All Abilities Queensland: opportunities for all – State Disability Plan—Communities for All, Lifelong Learning, Employment, Everyday Services, and Leadership and Participation—and the priorities of the COVID-19 All Abilities Recovery Plan.

Our plan details the department’s commitment to promoting the employment, and genuine community participation, of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Queenslanders with disability. It identifies the actions we will take to deliver on these commitments and in this way assist in creating a culture of respect, acceptance and understanding.

Over the next 3 years, we will maintain a sharp focus on the actions within our Disability Service Plan to ensure that Aboriginal people and Torres Strait Islander people with disability participate fully in Queensland’s vibrant economic, social and cultural life.

View the DATSIP Disability Service Plan Progress Report (PDF, 324 KB).

More information

The disability service plans outline the actions each department will take to progress the 5 priorities of All Abilities Queensland: opportunities for all state disability plan.

To find out more about what each Queensland Government department is doing to be part of making change visit the State Disability Plan webpage.