Access and Inclusion Advisory Group Members

Jesse Petrzywalski
Natasha Mahon
Kylee Plummer
Amy Green
Kay Phillips
Cr Shaye Mack
Cr Tricia Duggin
Jennifer Maynard
Jimmy Mouritz - APM Communities
0439 957 790
Alan Vanderwoude - Wanslea
1300 969 645


Contact Us

Contact a Shire Officer with you suggestions or questions by phone, email or online form. 

View our contact details.

You can also share your ideas, suggestions and feedback as well as keep up with news and updates or read the meeting agendas and minutes on the Access and Inclusion Advisory Group project page on Your Say SJ by following the link below.

Your Say SJ

Meeting Dates

  • 14 May 2024
  • 16 July 2024
  • 3 September 2024
  • 5 November 2024

Join the Access and Inclusion Advisory Group 

Expressions of interest are closed.

Membership of the Access and Inclusion Advisory Group terms run inline with Ordinary Local Government Elections, the current membership will conclude with the elections in October 2023.

The new members will be selected at the November Ordinary Council meeting from the expressions of interest received, they will commence a two year term through to October 2025.

If you require assistance submitting a nomination or have other questions, please direct enquiries to Lisa Ingram on 9526 1356 or 

Disability Access and Inclusion Plan 2023-2028

You can access the Shire's Disability Access and Inclusion Plan 2018 - 2023 by clicking on the link below.

Access and Inclusion Plan 2023 - 2028

Access and Inclusion Implementation Plan 2023 - 2028

You can also access the WA State Disability Strategy 2020-2030 and accompanying Action Plan on the links below. 

Strategy                                                                      Action Plan

If you would like to request the Shire's Plan in 'alternative formats' please email us or phone (08) 95261139.


Support Guide

The 2021/22 Disability Support Guide for Central & Western Australia is out now. You can view a free online copy here.

Backed by Australia’s leading independent aged care information provider, is Australia’s first multiplatform disability information resource empowering people with a disability and their families to make informed support decisions.

Search by Registered Providers, Non-Registered Providers, Service Type, Support Category or Suburb to find the best provider to suit your needs.
2021 / 2022 disability support guide magazine cover

Dementia Awareness Resources

In Australia, limited awareness of dementia in people from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds often results in delayed diagnosis, poorer prognosis, and a higher burden of care on families and health systems.

Moving Pictures, an innovative multi-media project, aims to change this through the production of short films co-produced with people from CALD backgrounds. The Moving Pictures team has so far produced 27 short films in 9 different linguistic communities. 

For each language, there are three films: Detection and Diagnosis, Navigating Care, and the Carer Journey. The Moving Pictures films are based on the stories and lived experiences of carers of people living with dementia, and the expert views of key service providers, all videos feature subtitles in English. 

In addition to the short films, the team has developed comics to complement the films. The Moving Pictures comics are available on-line, but can also be ordered free of charge directly from the Moving Pictures website using the order form

Videos and comics are available in the following languages: 

عربى Arabic                     廣東話 Cantonese                     Ελληνικά Greek                     हिंदी Hindi                     Italiano Italian       
普通话 Mandarin           Español Spanish                       தமிழ் Tamil                          Tiếng Việt Vietnamese

text: Moving Pictures Dementia Awareness for CaLD Communities

Developmental Disability WA - School Support Resources

Developmental Disability WA (DDWA) offer a variety of educational resources, it is often more difficult for people with intellectual and other developmental disabilities to find a school they enjoy, where they have friends and are academically challenged with the right supports.

Research shows that one of the best ways to foster every aspect of your child’s learning and development is to enrol them in an inclusive school environment where they can learn with and alongside other students both with and without disability.

Some families may feel their child is best supported in a segregated setting. DDWA recognises that there are still mainstream schools in Western Australia where there is not yet enough knowledge or experience in accommodating the needs of students with disability. They aim to support your choice in schooling.

The information on their website is designed to help people understand what education options are available to them and how to get support should there be difficulties. Find out more here.

Developmental Disability WA – DDWA