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Dear Families

Lifestart values the feedback, opinions and ideas of the families of the children and young people who access our services.

We would like to know how to make it easy for you to give us feedback and have a say about Lifestart. We want to ensure that families have a voice in our service planning and help us to improve our services.

This survey will take no longer than 3-5 minutes. Your participation is appreciated.

Have a Say survey link.

Baby Proms

Join Lifestart for the next accessible Babies Performances at the Sydney Opera House themed "Country Kids" to be held on Thursday, 14 May 2015 at 10:30am. For details and to book go to -

Enjoy a FREE Sing and Play session in the Foyer with a range of mixed play activities facilitated by the Lifestart team, as well as a supported music program based on the musical themes from the Babies Proms performance.

Booking arrangements:

First timers - fill out a booking form on the website to receive a $5 ticket and email it back to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. "> This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Returning families - Book online and quote the promo code: Lifestart to receive $15 tickets normally $25.

Last month's performance had the children enthralled, singing and dancing. Come and join us. - Enjoy a performance environment that is welcoming to all families with children with disabilities. Patrons are free to come and go from the theater during the performance; theatre lights remain on at low levels and families receive pre-visit materials to help prepare for their visit.

NSW Disability Inclusion Plan launched

On 26th February, Minister for Disability Services, John Ajaka officially launched the NSW Disability Inclusion Plan. The plan is one of the first steps to implement the Disability Inclusion Act 2014, which enshrines the rights of people with disability into NSW law.

The NSW Disability Inclusion Plan and the Disability Inclusion Action Plans of individual NSW government departments will be important tools in planning and providing more accessible services for people with disability, and building communities that are more inclusive.

The actions in the plan set the direction for change under four key focus areas; developing positive community attitudes and behaviours creating liveable communities, supporting access to meaningful employment, and improving access to mainstream services through better systems and processes

Visit to read the plan.