South Metropolitan Health Service and WA Disability Health Network 2019 International Day of People with Disability Event
The Disability Health Network and the South Metropolitan Health Service invite you to join us in celebrating the International Day of People with Disability.
Keynote speakers will share what an accessible future looks like to them. A panel discussion will provide an opportunity to explore some of the barriers and attitudes experienced by people with disability and ways health care can be more accessible and inclusive to all members of the community.
The Disability Health Network brings together consumers, families and carers, clinicians, health services, hospitals and WA Department of Health to work together to define policy direction and enable increased co-ordination of care for people with disability across the state.
The South Metropolitan Health Service (SMHS) delivers hospital and community-based public health care services to a population of approximately 650,000 people.
Providing an inclusive health system for the Western Australian community that empowers people with disability to enjoy the highest attainable standard of health and wellbeing throughout their life is a key priority of the Disability Health Network and SMHS. We recognise that strengthening relationships with our community is critical to our ability to deliver on this goal.
3 December 2019
12:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Fiona Stanley Hospital, Lecture Theatre 1, Education Building
11 Robin Warren Drive
Murdoch WA 6150
This event is accessible to people who use wheelchairs.
ACROD parking bays can be found in every car park and are located closest to the pedestrian access ways. Please follow the disabled access signs to access the hospital.
Please contact Jaymie Arthurson on Jaymie.Arthurson@health.wa.gov.au if you require reserved seating due to visual or hearing impairments.
Videoconference attendance is available on request. For more details, please contact Jaymie Arthurson on jaymie.arthurson@health.