The Victorian Disability Advisory Council (VDAC) was established in July 2007 under the Disability Act 2006.
The council provides advice to the Minister for Disability, Ageing and Carers, the Hon Luke Donnellan MP about policies and strategies to increase the participation and inclusion of people with disability in the Victorian community.
The council has an important role in overseeing the state disability plan and reviewing the progress being made in different areas.
The council also works with other community and government advisory groups to create opportunities for all Victorians.
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Members are made up of people with disability and carers of people with disability. Members have experience in policy, governance, leadership and collaborations, as it relates to disability.
The current council’s term of office will continue through to 30 June 2022.
To read more about the appointments to the current council please click here.