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Violence, Abuse, Neglect, Exploitation and Discrimination: NDIS Provider ​​Rights and Responsibilities

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People living with disabilities are some of the most vulnerable members of our society. Any NDIS participant receiving care - regardless of age, gender or disability - should be able to access support without experiencing (or fearing) violence, abuse, neglect, exploitation or discrimination.

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People living with disabilities may depend on others for care and support. For this reason, they are some of the most vulnerable members of our society. Consequently, this means that those living with disabilities are at increased risk of harm. Any National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) participant receiving care - regardless of age, gender or disability - should be able to access support without experiencing (or fearing) violence, abuse, neglect, exploitation or discrimination.

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Lolita Braddick
18 Sep 2021
Very Informative.
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Ariana Hill
25 Aug 2021
Good resource
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Suellen Isherwood
01 Jan 2022
Videos reinforced what to do and say and what not what to do and say. Helpful Links
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Catherine hilton-clissold
25 Aug 2021
Clear and concise - identifies different types of abuse, when to escalate an issue, disclosure to the participant - to keep the participant safe from repercussions and to allow them to feel listened to.
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Aletia moore
25 Aug 2021
Great resource.
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Seng Tok
25 Aug 2021
Informative and refreshing.
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Jungeun Na
28 Aug 2021
It was very useful.
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Pramod
18 Oct 2021
It’s very useful for Me to improve myself .
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Bre-arne Jaffray
23 Sep 2021
I thoroughly enjoyed reading this article and have gained great and new knowledge
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Janelle COOPER
15 Sep 2021
It was a good refresh and showed practical ways to respond in the scenario in the event abuse maybe raised with clients
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