The British Paralympic Association (BPA) has unveiled a new five-year plan called "Inspiring Excellence".
The aim of the plan, which runs through to 2021, will be combining strong performance on the field of play with providing inspiration off it.
It will cover both the Pyeongchang 2018 and Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games with the BPA hoping to build on its previous "Maximising Momentum" strategy.
A key theme is the aim to provide a better world for disabled people through sport and deliver real and lasting change in society.
Inspiring Excellence also acknowledges the "unique" opportunity that was presented by the London 2012 Paralympics, which provided the biggest ever platform in Britain to get the BPA's messages across.
Tim Reddish, chairman of the BPA, said: "This new strategic plan builds, rightly, on the 2012-2017 plan.
"In that plan, Maximising Momentum, we proposed a new vision, that of 'through sport, inspire a better world for disabled people', which outlined our ambition to use the power of London 2012, and the home team, to generate a link between the success of our athletes on the field of play and inspiring wider societal change.
"This has been most evident since 2012 in major events such as the ParalympicsGB Sports Fest and National Paralympic Day, as well as the Get Set schools education platform.
"The BPA aims to continue its work in inspiring change over the next four year cycle.
“Huge progress has been made.
"But equally we recognise there is still a long way to go, and that is what we have made clear in Inspiring Excellence.
"The BPA continues to aim to harness the positive momentum of the Paralympic Games and the success of our athletes for the purposes of inspiring disabled and non-disabled people alike."
The London 2012 Paralympics are widely regarded as the best ever after packed stadiums helped the host nation to a third-place finish on the medal table.
“Our principle role is to inspire excellence in the team at the Games and in turn that excellence can inspire a better world for disabled people," said Tim Hollingsworth, BPA chief executive.
"It is that dual focus which is so fundamental to the BPA and to the wider Paralympic Movement.
“The Strategic Plan rightly focuses our attention on our primary responsibility: to use lessons learned from London, Sochi and Rio in order to ensure that we are best prepared for the challenges and opportunities of preparing our winter and summer teams for competing over the course of the next four years.
“We recognise the unique opportunity our Paralympic teams provide to unite and inspire disabled and non-disabled people alike and further shift perceptions.
"But we know there is still a long way to go and we remain in the foothills rather than the summit."
The full five-year plan can be read here..