Dignity Party MP savages the Government’s decision not to turn the tram east from KWS

5AA The state’s sole MP representing disabled people has savaged the Government’s decision not to turn the tram east from King William Street along the $80 million track extension. Passengers from Glenelg wanting to travel to Adelaide’s east end will...

To guarantee our health and wealth, make SA the state of play

Dignity Party MLC Kelly Vincent calls on the State Government to invest in the future by making playgrounds and other public spaces accessible to all. This week, the New South Wales Government announced a new statewide policy for inclusive play...

Concerns over access on footpaths

Paul Barbaro, Disability Rights Advocacy Service (ABC RADIO ADELAIDE 9.06-9.10) Concerns over access on footpaths David Bevan: I posted a video of this – there’s a bush shelter not far from the ABC on North East Road and it’s up...

Design should benefit all

Weekender Herald | Hon Kelly Vincent MLC As the Dignity Party MP, I'm hosting the national Designing and Building For All: Universal Design Forum in Adelaide on Thursday, October 26. While this is a national forum, with local, national and...

Working for social inclusion

Sunday Mail Adelaide A new charter offers new opportunities. Autism SA has launched a new charter to promote social and workplace inclusion for people on the autism spectrum. The Autism Friendly Charter was created in response to an identified need...

Kelly Vincent – ABC North & West Interview on State Government funding for Changing Places toilet facilities

Paul Culliver: The South Australian Government will contribute $200,000 to build five facilities called ‘Changing Places’. They’re basically toilets for disabled adults with room for a carer, a table and an electronic hoist. South Australia is the only state or...

Claim accommodation providers mislead in the way they promote disability access rooms

ABC North and West | Bulletins A South Australian wheelchair user says accommodation providers are being misleading in the way they promote rooms with disability access online. Semaphore wheelchair user Patricia Foley says booking holiday accommodation online that suits her...

Budget me this: where is the access?

Dignity Party MP Kelly Vincent has praised certain aspects of today’s State Budget, but questions whether some infrastructure spending and incentive programs are a lost opportunity to make SA the accessible state.   Ms Vincent is also concerned that Disability...

Kelly Vincent’s visit to the Mid North to talk about local issues / NDIS / Decriminalisation of sex work

ABC NORTH & WEST Paul Culliver: Kelly Vincent is in town before we talk about anything your opinion of fritz? Kelly Vincent: Of course, a matter of great importance to the State, I do have the typical memories of a child sitting in...

Inaccessibility of the Arts in South Australia

The Hon. K.L. VINCENT: There is a symbol which you may recognise as the international symbol of disability access but, sadly, as another Mad March fades into the sunset of the South Australian calendar, it is clear that the meaning...