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We are committed to ensuring that people with disabilities can get the health services they need.
An estimated 236,000 Queenslanders have a disability which is considered profound or severe. People with severe and profound disabilities are likely to require assistance with everyday activities such as self-care, mobility and communication.
We work in the following areas to ensure we are providing the best possible disability services:
The Healthy eating in supported accommodation toolkit contains practical information about providing nutritious food for supported accommodation residents, adjusting meals for residents with special needs, and how the surroundings of facilities can help residents to make healthier choices. This toolkit can also be used by clinicians working with people living with a mental illness and/or intellectual disability.