Get ready to share your story.
You will need to write down where you live and how the Royal Commission can contact you.
You will need to think about how you were treated badly or hurt.
You will need to find out where and when that happened.
You can get help to do this if you need to.
You might need to think about what help you will need to support you to tell your story.
Click here to find out more.
Talk to the Royal Commission.
You can ring up the people at the Royal Commission or contact them in other ways.
You can ask them anything you like about the Disability Royal Commission.
You can ring them on 1800 517 199.
If you are Deaf, you can call the National Relay Service and tell them you want to call 02 6141 4770.
You can watch an Auslan video about making a submission to the Royal Commission here.
You can email the Royal Commission at DRCenquiries@royalcommission.gov.au
Or you can write them a letter at:
GPO Box 1422,
Brisbane, Queensland, 4001.
There's more information about how to contact the Royal Commission here.
You can get help from people who can:
- help you make choices about telling your story
- give you legal advice
- help you with communicating or interpreters
- help you with getting other types of support
- help you to tell your story (advocacy)
- help you with emotional support
(someone to help you with how this makes you feel)
- help you with money if you need it to help you tell your story
- help you in other ways
You can find out more about the types of help you can get by clicking here.