The Department of Seniors,Disability Services and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Partnershipsis focused on creating thriving Queensland communities where people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities can participate, are included and resilient, and enjoy high levels of social and economic well-being. This vision drives the development of our initiatives and provides the focus we need to create positive changes in the lives of Queensland’s most vulnerable people. We cannot realise this vision alone and will continue working with communities, sector partners and other government agencies to develop solutions based on the different needs and aspirations of Queensland communities.
The Queensland Communities Hub, or the QC Hub as we like to call it, is a key tool that enables us to connect directly with community members across all regions in Queensland.
The QC Hub is a secure online space where you can share your views and ideas about the topics that matter to you. On a regular basis we will post new consultation pages here that will seek your views, input and ideas.
We want to hear what you have to say because when you contribute your ideas and feedback, our department makes decisions and deliver services that are more effective and better at responding to the needs of our communities.Engaging with our communities enhances our decision making and our service delivery by bringing your voice into the issues that are relevant to you.
It is through community engagement and collaboration we will continue the state’s excellent progress in creating Queensland communities that thrive and prosper.
To have your say and share your ideas, register now. We will email you when we have live consultation and are seeking your ideas. You can also check back here periodically and follow us on social media for the latest news.
When you want to have your say or contribute to a consultation, just log in and tell us what you think. Sometimes, you will also be able to comment on what other community members say and discuss ideas, complete a survey,post pictures or videos or join a forum.
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Consultation paper: access and eligibility policy with independent assessments. The NDIS would like to hear from you about the changes we’re making to ensure the NDIS is simpler, faster, fairer and more flexible.
A DRAFT Economic Development Strategy designed to leverage sensible economic drivers and diversify the economy has been released for public consultation. Douglas Shire Council is seeking community feedback on the 24-page strategy which provides a clear economic plan for the region in a post-COVID world. The 2021-2024 strategy, which is open for public comment until 28 February 2021, prioritizes three drivers that provide the overarching strategic direction for economic growth in the region