This online engagement was hosted on YourSAy from 10 February to 3 April 2020. Below is a record of the engagement.
What are the issues that affect health outcomes for people living with disability and their experience when engaging with the health system?
Share your thoughts with us.
What’s being decided?
We are reviewing the health outcomes for people with disabilities and their experience when interacting with the health sector.
We want to understand:
- The issues that people with disabilities experience,
- How they might impact on their overall health and wellbeing and,
- What would matter most if the health system were to change.
You can learn more about the review in the Background section of this page.
Whether you are:
- Someone with lived experience of disability and engaging with the health system,
- A family member of someone with a disability,
- A carer of someone with a disability,
- A healthcare or disability services worker,
- Someone with an interest in this topic.
We would like to hear about your stories and lived experience. They will help us improve our health and disability system.
We have prepared some prompting questions that you may want to consider before sharing your story.
How can your input influence the decision?
Your input will help us understand the key areas that need to be explored to improve the health and disability systems and the outcomes for the community with lived experience of disability.
You can find out more about the work we are doing, share your stories with us, and have your say by:
If you are not able to come to our sessions and would prefer to talk to us, we will organise a time for a telephone interview with you. Send us an email at Health.HPCengagement@sa.gov.au or call (08) 8226 3188 for more information.
Encourage your friends, family and people in your social media networks to have their say by sharing a link to this page.
Please note: We will treat contributions in strict confidence. However, confidential submissions may still be subject to Freedom of Information laws.
What are the next steps?
Findings from this consultation, as well as proposed actions, will be reported to the Minister for Health and Wellbeing and published.
Update: Due to COVID-19, we will be postponing our follow up forum in the interest of public health and we hope to hold it later in the year.
In the meantime, we will review the valuable feedback you have provided and produce a report of what we have learned. The report will be available on this website.
The rest of the work on the project will also continue. Findings from this consultation and proposed actions will be reported to the Minister for Health and Wellbeing and published on this and the Health Performance website.
For general inquiries, email us at HealthHealthPerformanceCouncil@sa.gov.au or call us on (08) 8226 3188 during business hours (9am to 5pm, weekdays).
Closing date: 5 pm Friday 3 April 2020
This online engagement was hosted on YourSAy from 9 December to 15 January 2020. Find out more about the consultation process. Below is a record of the engagement.
The Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sex Abuse was first announced in November 2012, with its final report delivered near the end of 2017.
The Commission’s Criminal Justice Report was released in August 2017 and had a focus on:
- what institutions and governments could do to better protect children against sexual abuse in institutions
- how best practice could be achieved in the reporting of and responding to information about child sexual abuse
- eliminating or reducing impediments to responding appropriately to child sexual abuse in institutions.
The proposed changes address some of the recommendations in this report requiring legislative change.
Other pieces of legislation affected by the recommendations are:
You can find out more at the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sex Abuse website.
Get involved by emailing your submission to LLPSubmissions@sa.gov.au.