Disability Royal Commission resumes hearings in Sydney

The Disability Royal Commission resumes hearings in Sydney this morning focusing on the healthcare provided to people with Intellectual Disabilities. It’ll investigate why the group is twice as likely to suffer preventable death with Commission chair Ronald Sackville warning the inquiry will hear disturbing evidence.

Guests:

Rebecca Kelly, mother
Justine O’Neill, director, Council for Intellectual Disabilities

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