ALL INCLUSIVE PHILOSPHY – Working with disabled people has shown us the importance of catering to people with a disability no matter how big or small. We pride ourselves in our all inclusive property and the buildings have been purpose built to cater to people from all walks of life.
The Fraser Coast RV Park believes that disabled people should have:
- The same rights, choice and opportunity of access to services as non-disabled people.
- Access to services in as inclusive a way as possible. This includes accessibility to the Fraser Coast RV Park’s Laundry, Wallaby Wash House shower and toilet, Bush Kitchen, and Mango Lodge.
- Access to services in as inclusive a way as possible.
The aims of this policy is to ensure that Fraser Coast RV Park meets its statutory obligations in providing disabled people with access to the Fraser Coast RV Park and its facilities.
1.1 Staff of Fraser Coast RV Park are committed to complying with the Disability Discrimination Act 1995 (DDA) and the Equality Act 2010.
1.2 This policy statement sets out the Fraser Coast RV Parks guiding principles, which in turn lead to our key aims, which we believe, need to be achieved in order to realise our vision of integration and equality.
2.1 Fraser Coast RV Park supports and informs disabled people. They must be made aware of their requirements when booking so that Fraser Coast RV Park can ensure that the all inclusion needs are met.
2.2 Fraser Coast RV Park should have the confidence and support structure to ensure they can make their services accessible. Fraser Coast RV Park has a range of disability equipment including electronic Hoist, Rolling Shower Chair, Commode and fixed shower chair. The beds in Mango Lodge are also electronic and are fully adjustable with enough clearance to access via a hoist. Mango Lodge also has safety rails on front and back verandahs.
2.3 Access for disabled persons has been considered from the outset in the design of services which includes access ramps to code standard to Wallaby Wash House and Mango Lodge. Step free roll-in showers in Wallaby Wash House and Mango Lodge and fix grab rails. All door widths comply with Disability Access Code of Australian Standards.
2.4 Fraser Coast RV Park will use available resources to promote inclusive design.
2.6 Fraser Coast RV Parks general plan will take into account the need to make “reasonable adjustments to show that they have fully considered the access requirements of disabled people.
2.7 To ensure that no one is treated less favourably on the grounds of disability.
2.8 Review monitor and revise, as appropriate, all Fraser Coast RV Park systems, procedures, facilities, services and buildings in compliance with the DDA, EQUALITY ACT in addition to the Human Rights Act 1998 (HRA), which includes the right not to be denied access.
For the purpose of this policy, the term “disability” has the same meaning given in the DDA, and the Equality Act: ‘a physical or mental impairment which has a substantial and long-term adverse effect on your ability to carry out normal day-to-day activities’ This includes, but is not limited to: sensory impairments, learning disabilities, mental illness, clinically recognised severe disfigurements, cancer, HIV/Aids, progressive conditions even at an early stage, conditions which are characterised by a number of cumulative effects such as pain or fatigue and a past history of disability.