The Royal Commission of Inquiry into Abuse in Care is traveling around Aotearoa to engage with people who are part of, or connected to, the learning disability, neurodiverse and cognitive impairment community.
Their next hui is in Invercargill. It will an informal session to learn about what the Inquiry is, and how you and others can participate.
Easy Read invite Abuse in Care Invercargill hui (Word doc)
When: Monday 6 September
Time: 2 – 3.30pm (the hui usually runs just over an hour)
Where: South Alive, 133 Grace Street Appleby, Invercargill
RSVP: RSVP with any access and or dietary needs to email@example.com
(If people RSVP that would be great, but the Commission also welcome anyone who can spare some time to come along on the day – even without the admin of signing up beforehand.)
Afternoon tea will be provided.
At the hui you will find out about:
- Why the Inquiry was set up
- The work of the Inquiry
- The disability investigations and public hearings
- How people with learning disability, neurodiversity and cognitive impairment and witnesses of abuse can share their experiences with the Inquiry; and
- What support is available for people to take part fully in the Inquiry.
If you have any questions, please contact Loren Savage - phone: 027 301 2714, or email firstname.lastname@example.org