A socially just community is one where everyone has fair and equal access to services that are essential to achieving and maintaining a decent lifestyle and it is important to acknowledge that some people need more support than others.
Social issues and strengths are identified in our People with Disabilities Social Profile Snapshot(PDF, 2MB).
We are committed to the principles of developing communities where everyone has fair and equal access to services and facilities that are essential to achieve and maintain a decent lifestyle.
Our commitment to people with disabilities is reflected in our Disability Inclusion Action Plan(PDF, 400KB) .
We are committed to supporting the active participation of people with disabilities and enhancing access to facilities and services within our community. Our Access Advisory Committee is comprised of carers, people with a disability and disability service providers from across our city.
For more information, please contact our Community Development Officer on 9839 6067.
We introduced the Blacktown Accessibility Bus to support people with a disability, particularly those in a wheelchair.
Read our terms and conditions on our community mini buses page.
For more information, or to make a booking, please contact our Events and Sister Cities Team on 9839 6000.
In 1992, the General Assembly proclaimed 3 December as the International Day of People with Disability.
Observance of the Day provides opportunities for participation by all stakeholders, Governments, the UN system, civil society and services of people with disabilities to focus on issues related to the inclusion of persons with disabilities in development.
Each year, we celebrate International Day of People with Disability by hosting an event on or around 3 December.
Click here for more information on IDPwD 2020 - online talent showcase and disability awards event held on Friday 4 December 2020.
The Sargent’s Centre accommodates services that provide recreational activities and day programs for people with a disability including living skills, peer support, community access, and educational and vocational training.
The centre is wheelchair accessible and has its own car park.
9 - 13 First Avenue
Blacktown NSW 2148
PO BOX 294
Blacktown NSW 2148
For more information, please contact us on 02 9676 2553 or via email.
The following specialist service providers located in the centre are:
For more information about the Sargent's Centre, please contact our Community Development Officer on 9839 6067.