Disability Health Network

The Disability Health Network aims to improve health outcomes for people with disability by enabling consumers, families and carers, health professionals, hospitals, health services and the WA Department of Health to engage and collaborate effectively to facilitate health policy and increased coordination of care across the State.

Network lead and membership

The Network is led by Stephanie Coates and supported by an Executive Advisory Group of representatives from the Department of Communities – Disability Services, Health Service Providers, Mental Health Commission, non-government organisations, general practice, research, consumers, and carers.

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Network Update

WA Disability Health Framework 2015 - 2025

The WA Disability Health Framework will help health services to consider disability issues when developing policy and designing services, which will lead to improved health outcomes for people with disability.

The Framework was developed by the Disability Health Network using a consultative approach.

Framework Resources

Consumer and carer perspectives on the WA health system

Models of care and resources

Health Networks develops models of care, frameworks and guidelines to provide a cohesive and consistent plan for health care across WA. Implementation of these resources occurs in partnership with the Health Service Providers and other organisations involved in health care.


Health Networks

Address: 189 Royal Street East Perth
Phone: 9222 0200
Email: HealthPolicy@health.wa.gov.au

Last reviewed: 13-02-2020
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