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Disability public meeting in Adelaide Town Hall

Wednesday 12 February 2014


The Intellectual Disability Association of SA and Disability Speaks will be presenting a meeting in Adelaide Town Hall on Thursday 27 February 2014.

The speakers will be South Australian Premier Jay Weatherill and Opposition Leader Steven Marshall. Disability advocate Kelly Vincent MLC (Dignity for Disability) will also be attending.

Here are the details:


Jay Weatherill
Jay Weatherill
Steven Marshall
Steven Marshall

Intellectual Disability Association of SA (IDASA)
Disability Speaks


“My Hopes, My Dreams”


Thursday, February 27th

12.00 Noon - 2.00 pm

Weatherill vs Marshall

Please accept this invitation to join us to hear our Premier Hon. Mr Jay Weatherill (MP) and the Leader of the Opposition Hon. Mr Steven Marshall (MP) show how seriously our political leaders are taking disability in the run up to the March SA State Election.

With Kelly Vincent MLC (D4d) also attending, the stage is set for a clear picture to emerge of the path forward particularly around the National Disability Insurance Scheme.

For both the Premier and the Opposition Leader to attend such a public debate in a key election period is special.

This debate about Disability shows that the priority we have worked so hard for, to seek a resolution to the disability crisis, is important to the people who are empowered to drive the solutions, allocate the resources and steer the sector to better outcomes.

Since 2004, D4D, IDASA and Disability Speaks have been uncompromising in demanding adequate resources, choice in services and equitable sector representation.

We hope on this day we will take a step closer to our dreams.

If you have a question you would like to be considered for presentation please email “Disability Speaks” at by Friday 21st February.

Regrettably not all questions will be possible in the time available.


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