Support to engage with the Disability Royal Commission
Lotus Support Services provide free, independent and confidential counselling and support for people wanting to engage with the Disability Royal Commission. This includes individuals, family members, guardians, carers and support workers.
The Disability Royal Commission Legal Service is a free national legal service independent from the Disability Royal Commission. The legal service provides information and advice to people who want to tell their story to the Disability Royal Commission.
Queenslanders with Disability Network (QDN) has resources and tools to give people with disability information about COVID-19, including where to get the facts, how to make a plan, what can be done to slow the spread of the virus, and where to go for help.
The Public Advocate is an independent statutory role established to undertake systems advocacy to protect and promote the rights, autonomy and participation of people with impaired decision-making capacity. Systems advocacy focuses on influencing and changing systems, including legislative, policy and practice aspects of systems. We do this to achieve long-term change to improve the lives and opportunities of people with impaired decision-making capacity. Read more.