Rape of people with disabilities in care must stop - it happened to me, please help

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Peter Buckland
3 years ago
My.Wife.and.her.friend.were.also.attacked.in.the.Brand.Center

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Cheryl Cantwell
3 years ago
I work as a support worker I group homes and have never had this happen in our organisation. There is absolutely no excuse for this betrayal of those we care for.

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Dee Balderston
3 years ago
Steps need to be put in place to protect our most vulnerable people. People with disabilities and their families should not live in fear that it’s not safe in your own home.

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Ali Broadhouse
3 years ago
This must stop!

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judy walker
3 years ago
This behavior has got to stop

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Vera Conroy
3 years ago
People with a disability have a right to speak out and every right to report this. This is abuse and a crime of violence. People with disabilities have equal value as
victims without disabilities, and should be given equal advocacy.

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BETH CAPPER
3 years ago
This evil putrid excuse for a human being needs to be stopped

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lisa crowe
3 years ago
This kind of behavior towards anyone is inexcusable and wicked made worse if the victim has a disability.. The courts should make an example of anyone found guilty of this evil crime.

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Hayley Law
3 years ago
We need accountability within the disability industry and a Royal commission into disability care. Rape, sexual abuse and abuse is not acceptable. People with out a voice need us to give them a voice. Please sign and share. This is unacceptable.

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Julie Bay
3 years ago
Abuse of disabled people by those entrusted with their care is frighteningly common.
We need a Royal Commission now.