Possability welcomes the Disability Royal Commission
Possability welcomes the Royal Commission into Violence, Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation of People with Disability (Disability Royal Commission). We believe the voices and experiences of people with disability and their loved ones must be heard, as they will help guide Australia towards a more equitable and rights-focused future. These sentiments are consistent with our own vision of a world where everyone has the opportunity to pursue their own potential.
Our Disability Royal Commission updates:
Possability has welcomed and supported the Disability Royal Commission since it was announced.
We have communicated with all staff, clients and families about the Disability Royal Commission and circulated information on how they can seek support.
Other helpful links and information:
If you would like to learn more generally about the Disability Royal Commission, you can find regular updates, information and contact details on the official website.
In December 2019, the Disability Royal Commission released its first report on progress and activity.
The Australian Government has provided counselling, legal and advocacy services for those feeling affected by the Disability Royal Commission, also available as an Easy Read fact sheet by the Department of Social Sciences. You can also find information and support on making a submission. Information on making a submission is also available in an Easy Read document.
Some may be concerned about the legal aspects of making a submission, a Disability Royal Commission Legal Service has been established to offer advice and support:
- Legal help factsheet
- Can I name names? factsheet
- Disability Royal Commission Legal Service factsheet – Easy Read.
Contact us about the Disability Royal Commission:
|By phone||1300 067 842|
|By post||Possability, Disability Royal Commission Support, Ground Floor, 175 Collins Street, Hobart, TAS, 7000|