Sharing a story with the Disability Royal Commission? - LGBTIQ+ Health Australia

Sharing a story with the Disability Royal Commission?

It’s a good idea to get legal advice if you have questions about things like privacy or naming the person or organisation that hurt you.

Have you or someone you know been mistreated?

The Disability Royal Commission wants to hear about the experiences of people with disability and their supporters to help promote a safer, more inclusive society.

@Your Story Disability Legal Support is a national service that gives free and independent information and legal advice about sharing your story with the Disability Royal Commission.

Whether you’re a person with disability, family member, friend, carer or advocate, your story matters and Your Story Disability Legal Support can support you to share it.

Call 1800 77 1800 or visit to find out more.

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