Accessible Programs & Facilities

Monash Council has a Metro Access Worker to support people with disabilities to participate fully in community life. The worker is responsible for working with support providers to ensure people with disabilities can access services and information required.

Monash Council had developed and adopted its Disability Action Plan to address key strategies to provide for an inclusive community. To review the plan, please see the following document: Disability Action Plan 2013-2017 (PDF, 1MB)

Contact Barb Wallace on 9518 3555 or metroaccess@monash.vic.gov.au for more information.

Monash Access and Inclusion Network

The Monash Access and Inclusion Network meets five times a year over lunch to discuss and share information amongst community members and service providers within Monash.

We look to provide opportunities for individuals and services to update links and partnerships between each other.

Why not get involved in either our mailing list for regular updates by contacting metroaccess@monash.vic.gov.au or come along to our meetings to actively contribute to the community.

The meetings provide training opportunities and presentations on key access and inclusion topics.

For further information contact Barb Wallace on 9518 355 or at metroaccess@monash.vic.gov.au

Recharge your Batteries

Electric wheelchair and scooter users can now recharge their batteries at power outlets at each of Monash's libraries and the Monash Aquatic and Recreation Centre. For more info visit the Recharge Scheme website.

Further information on Disability Services and Support:

Reclink Australia

Access for All Abilities

Reclink Australia is funded by the Access for All Abilities program to act as the first point of call for people with disabilities looking for sporting opportunities, through the provision of Access for All Abilities Play (AAA Play).

AAA Play is a free information and referral service to assist Melbourne people of all ages with a disability to become involved in sport and active recreation. With personal assistance from AAA Play, you can discover a new sporting challenge now!

Visit the AAA Play website or call today to discover the huge amount of sports and active recreation activities close to your home and available for people of all disabilities.

If you already know what sport you are interested in, feel free to contact the AAA coordinators at the relevant State Sports Association.

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Last updated: 11 October 2016