All Abilities Queensland: opportunities for all

All Abilities Queensland guided how Queenslanders could work in partnership with Commonwealth and local governments, the corporate sector, non-government and community organisations, communities and individuals, to provide opportunities for all.

All Abilities Queensland was designed to complement the rollout of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), and aligns with the National Disability Strategy 2010–2020.


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Towards an all abilities Queensland: Consultation Report

More than 1,000 Queenslanders were consulted during the development of the All Abilities Queensland: opportunities for all plan. Read the consultation findings and an overview of the contributions in the consultation report.

State disability plan 2017–20 progress reports

These reports demonstrate the progress made across government against the priorities and actions outlined in the All Abilities Queensland: opportunities for all plan:

Final report

This report details the outcomes and achievements of the All Abilities Queensland: opportunities for all – State Disability Plan 2017 to 2020.

Statement of Ongoing Commitment – All Abilities Queensland

  • In August 2021, the Minister for Seniors and Disability Services and Minister for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Partnerships issued a Statement of Ongoing Commitment (PDF, 186 KB) Statement of Ongoing Commitment (DOCX, 71 KB) to the All Abilities Queensland: opportunities for all – State Disability Plan 2017-20 on behalf of the Queensland Government.
  • Once the new National Disability Strategy is released, the Queensland Government will develop a new State Disability Plan and Queensland Government agencies will work to develop new Disability Service Plans to guide our continued action to deliver targeted action to improve the lives of people with disability in Queensland.