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Family attending a festival with a man in a wheelchair


Approximately 29,000 people in Knox have a disability of some kind. This equates to 19 percent of Knox's 152,000 residents. By 2011, population forecasts indicate that the age structure of Knox will change with substantially higher proportions of Knox's population in the 65+ age group. This trend means an increase in the proportion of the population living with a disability.

Council's vision is to be responsive, innovative and energetic in developing an accessible and inclusive community that embraces people with disabilities. Council aims to ensure that all Knox residents can participate in and contribute to community life with independence, equity and dignity. Council will achieve this through the co-ordination and provision of a variety of support services and community projects.

Planning for better access and inclusion in our community

Supporting children with additional needs

The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)


We have a number of publications available to support people with disabilities and can be downloaded below.

Please note some pages will not be available on our website during the period 21 September to 22 October 2016 in accordance with our obligations under Council's Election Period Policy. More information available

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