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Centrelink pursued disability pensioner for welfare debt caused by 'administration error’
AAT Appeals increase by 700% since 2016 - SBS
Norlane neighbours concerned for safety in sign disability support is failing tenant (paywalled)

Villamanta Disability Rights Legal Service executive officer Deidre Griffiths said in many cases where a client with a disability was in the spotlight, it was not because of their disability but because they were not being properly supported by service providers.  “Many people with severe autism or an intellectual disability have behaviours that mean they need to be appropriately supported, redirected and supervised,” Ms Griffiths said.

Public Hearing Report - The experience of living in a group home for people with disability
NDIS Independent Assessment rejected by AAT
People with disabilities refused exercise, healthcare as homes take coronavirus rules too far
Lachlan takes on Metro over cyclists who don't know the door policy
Beth thought she had no money. But she did.
Relief for disabled as Napthine drops big rent hike

Villamanta solicitor Viv Avery said the government’s decision to back down was a “great turn-around”.  “It should take a lot of weight off the shoulders of our clients with disabilities,” he said.  “It gives people with disabilities and a degree of dignity and a degree of certainty for families who are supporting their children.”