Health outcomes for people with disability: your chance to have a voice to inform the work of the Health Performance Council
Have your say: help us reflect on and validate emerging findings and recommendations to the Minister for Health and Wellbeing
About this Event
Health outcomes for people with disability: your chance to have a voice to inform our work
Come to our open stakeholder forum.
- Help us reflect on what we have heard so far in community consultations and to validate our emerging findings
- Let us learn more from your own experiences about what affects health outcomes and what is most important to you if the system were to change
- Hon Stephen Wade MLC, Minister for Health and Wellbeing (to be confirmed, subject to availability)
- Ellen Fraser-Barbour, an academic, disability sector professional and advocacy expert who has lived experience of disability
- Professor Anne Kavanagh, Chair in Disability and Health at the University of Melbourne
- Dr Betty-Jean Dee-Price, disability advocate and researcher
- More to be confirmed.
And you! This event is about you. We want to engage with you, learn from your experiences, and take your advice to help us check and direct our remaining work.
Who should come
- Did you share thoughts with us in our community consultation earlier in 2020?
- Did you miss the chance to share your thoughts but want to join in now with the next steps?
- Are you interested in improving equity in health outcomes for people with disability?
- Are you someone with an interest in disability or population health matters?
Join us in person or online
This will be a COVID-safe event. Space at the venue is strictly limited to help keep everyone safe, and we will welcome many more participants on video conference.
The forum will start at 1.30pm. If you choose to join us in person in Adelaide, please arrive any time from 1.00pm for a complimentary tea or coffee and sweet treat.
Register now for your free place.
Find out more
The Health Performance Council is reviewing issues that affect health outcomes for people living with disability and of experiences when engaging with the health system and at the intersection between the health and disability systems. Find out more about what we have done so far.
We value your input and we do not want you to be financially disadvantaged by your desire to help improve the system.
If you are an individual consumer or community member, we can pay you a modest fee for your time ($30 per hour) and for travel expenses such as bus fares or ‘mileage’ for the use of your car. Please ask us for a payment form, sign it, and return it along with receipts for your travel costs. Please note that we cannot make payments if you are not eligible under SA Health policy, for instance if you work in the South Australian public sector or if someone else is already paying for your time to attend the event.
NOTE: This is not a SACID Event. Please contact the event organiser for more information.