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Disability Royal Commission

The Royal Commission into Violence, Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation of People with Disability was established earlier this year.

It marks a critical step in promoting human rights and will provide an important platform for people with a disability to be heard. The Disability Royal Commission is also expected to make recommendations on how we can all work together to better protect people with a disability from experiencing violence, abuse, neglect and exploitation in the future.

Montrose is supportive of the Disability Royal Commission and are committed to ongoing vigilance in tackling this serious issue. Montrose, along with other providers in our industry, will be engaging with the Royal Commission as requested. We remain focused on working together to implement strategies that protect and empower our clients, who are often more vulnerable because of their disability.

Zero Tolerance Approach

It has always been vitally important to Montrose that our clients feel safe and supported while they use our services.  Learn about our Zero Tolerance approach to improve prevention, early intervention and response to abuse, neglect and violence.

What is the Royal Commission and how can I get involved?

In Australia, Royal Commissions are the highest form of inquiry on matters of public importance. Find out more about this Royal Commission and how you can get involved.


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