Australia’s Disability Strategy 2021–2031 (the Strategy) is a plan to make life better for people with disability. The Strategy is supported by an outcomes framework that shows what needs to be tracked to know if things are improving for people with disability.
Each year, this report series will look at what has changed for people with disability. This includes looking at what is happening for people with disability in key areas such as healthcare, housing, education and employment, and what is changing over time.
Australia’s Disability Strategy 2021–2031 Outcomes Framework: First annual report
This first annual report for the Australia’s Disability Strategy Outcomes Framework provides an overview of all measures being tracked under Australia’s Disability Strategy at ‘baseline’ – that is, when the Strategy began in December 2021. Moving forward, baseline data will be the point of comparison against which changes for each of the measures will be compared over the life of the Strategy.
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