Closing the Gap plans disappoint First Nations people with disabilities, advocates say

When Daniel McDonald severely cut his feet at home, and started bleeding heavily, his first instinct was to call an ambulance. He couldn’t.

“How am I going to call 000? What am I going to do?” Daniel said.

Daniel is deaf. When alone, there is no way he can verbalise an emergency to paramedics.

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Date published:
Tue 13th Feb, 2024