In 2016, Ability Options made a commitment to Reconciliation through the development of a Stretch Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP). The plan reinforces our current activities and details future actions.

Today, we remain committed to this plan, as we continue to focus on building respect and creating more opportunities for First Nations people in our community. As a leading provider of community services, we have a team fully dedicated to the inclusion and equity of all people.
Through our Stretch RAP, we have continued to strengthen our relationships not only with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, but with elders and service providers who share our goal of reconciliation.

This plan was our first vision for an educated understanding around Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories, cultures, and contributions. It introduced cultural awareness training, celebrations of key cultural events, and has lifted our shared understanding of First Nations people.

Currently, our Stretch Reconciliation Action Plan is being updated. Our new and improved plan will be launched later this year.

As an organisation, we have a commitment to reconciliation and to support people to achieve their aspirations and inclusion in the community. Keep a watchful eye out in this space for the new and improved Ability Options Stretch RAP 2022.

For more information regarding the Ability Options Stretch RAP, don’t hesitate to contact HR Advisor Jeanie Parsons at jeanie.parsons@abilityoptions.org.au.

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