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Meg Clement-Couzner
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WDVCAS NSW Jul 18
Financial abuse can be misinterpreted as “sharing finances”... As a result, women experiencing [are] denied payment, made to repay a social security debt, or both. Some [are] also prosecuted fraud- finds Lyndal Sleep
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El Gibbs Jul 17
Take some time today to read/watch Eden's story about what happened to him, and how every part of our system failed him. This is why is so important. Urgent change is needed. Thanks to and .
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Brianna Bell ♿️ Jul 18
A call from “We believe that it’s time to set up a Senate inquiry into the DSP, that looks at the whole process and that has terms of reference designed by people with disability” Thanks for highlighting this important issue!
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Our Watch Jul 17
(Super)Powerful from Our Watch Ambassador
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Miki Perkins Jul 16
My story from the mental health royal commission today: High LGBTI suicide rate 'unacceptable': mental health commissioner via
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PWD Australia (PWDA) Jul 17
[TW: CSA] Did you know that People with Disability Australia is a Redress Support Service provider? Find out how we can help people with disability who experienced sexual abuse as children in institutions to access the National Redress Scheme:
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PWD Australia (PWDA) Jul 17
Replying to @abc730
Our media release is also now on our website:
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Gabrielle Jackson Jul 17
Australia lost 20,000 public housing units in a decade, study finds, by
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PWD Australia (PWDA) Jul 17
Tonight on , Eden Camac and his family bravely shared his story of terrible injury and neglect in a group home. Violence and neglect against people with disability is a national crisis and must be addressed urgently by all levels of government and disability services.
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PWD Australia (PWDA) Jul 17
Our media release calling for action to end violence. Thanks Eden and family for sharing your story
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PWD Australia (PWDA) Jul 17
“People with disability have been excluded from our justice systems, and deemed to be ‘unreliable witnesses’. We call on the Queensland Government to develop a disability justice plan that will ensure that violence against us isn’t swept under the carpet." -
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Brianna Bell ♿️ Jul 16
Pretending the complexity of DSP applications are unintentional is a disservice to vulnerable Australians. Application supports do need to be offered to potential welfare applicants, but that shouldn't prevent reevaluation of application processes.
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Craig Wallace Jul 17
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PWD Australia (PWDA) Jul 16
“We need to ensure that the NDIA has the staff it needs to meet the needs of people with disability and that they are well trained." Romola Hollywood in
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Family Advocacy Jul 16
The NDIS was partly designed to get people with disability out of aged care and into their own homes or living with family. 3 yrs later the number of young people with disability being admitted to aged care residences is not reducing. This needs to change
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Meg Clement-Couzner Jul 17
QLD and every state needs a Disability Justice Strategy NOW. If you're wondering what can be done to prevent stories like the Carmacs, here's an answer:
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🌈ChanceyFleet🙈🍏 Jul 15
Hey I was denied curbside checkin and segregated into another line because I have a guide dog. When I asked for a CRO, he had a laugh with his coworker and said I "sure do know all the rules. Reporting routinized discrimination is not exactly a fun hobby :-(
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CYDA Jul 17
Horrific case of abuse and neglect in disability services that is why we need the Royal Commission!! Thank you for highlighting this story we need to do better as a country
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PWD Australia (PWDA) Jul 16
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Meg Clement-Couzner Jul 17
The Camacs, especially Eden but also his parents, are just so gutsy. Full credit to all of them as well as my colleague Luke.
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