SAVE DISABILITY ADVOCACY IN NSW

 

Stand By Me is a campaign run by the NSW Disability Advocacy Alliance.

 

We are a group of disability advocacy, information and peak representative

organisations that empower people with a disability to have a voice.

 

We are fighting so that we can continue to protect and uphold the rights of people

with disability in the long term. Find out more at www.standbyme.org.au

 

 

Stand By Me Image -SAVE DISABILITY ADVOCACY IN NSW

 

 

The #standbyme campaign is back on track and it would be great to get you back

on board.

 

Natalie Bishop IDEAS Relationships & CRM Coordinator and a group of #standbyme supporters in Canberra for a IDPWD morning tea.

 
Image 2: Natalie Bishop IDEAS Relationships & CRM Coordinator
and a group of #standbyme supporters in Canberra for a IDPWD
morning tea.


One way to show your support is by writing to Premier Gladys Berejiklian, calling

on her to #standbyme and commit to long term funding for disability

advocacy,information and representation services.


PossABLE Advocacy team from Campbelltown was part of the IDPWD community event held in Camden.

 

Image 3:

PossABLE Advocacy team from Campbelltown was part of the IDPWD community

event held in Camden.

 

 

If the NSW state government doesn’t continue funding for these essential

disability advocacy and information services then these services will no longer be

available to people with disability in NSW.

 

The result will be a huge gap in service provision and the lives and wellbeing of

many people with disability in NSW will be put at risk. Premier Berejiklian needs to

know that this issue is not going away, and that people with disability, their families

and carers, need to know disability advocacy, information and representation

services will exist beyond June 2020.

 

Tarren Hunt, Disability Advocate with the PossABLE Advocacy team, with a community member in Camden celebrating #IDPWD and supporting #standbyme IDEAS PossABLE Advocacy supports people with disability, their families and carers in South East and South West Sydney, Illawarra and Southern Highlands.

 

Image 4: Tarren Hunt, PossABLE Advocate, with a community member in

Camden celebrating #IDPWD and supporting #standbyme

 

You can email the Premier directly by clicking this link

 

http://standbyme.org.au/email-the-premier/



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