Rely for Disability Care

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The Royal Commission into Violence, Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation of People with Disability has uncovered some appalling incidents of wrongdoing, abuse, misconduct and unethical behaviour.

Rely is an incident management system that helps NDIS providers manage the mandatory reporting of incidents according to the Quality and Safeguards Commission requirements and standards of care.

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50% of adults with a disability experience violence

Research by the Disability Royal Commission reveals 50% of adults with a disability have experienced violence. Other research shows more than 40% of adults with a disability have experienced sexual harassment. Mechanisms that prevent reporting include a lack of adequate reporting systems or poor accessibility for the disabled to those systems.


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Ten years on from the initial sexual abuse, our daughter ... still suffers from PTSD [post-traumatic stress disorder], distrust issues, life threatening psychogenic seizures, anxiety and depression requiring medication and many fears.

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Mental health conditions account for an increasing proportion of serious workers compensation claims and has significantly increased over the past 5 years.
Rely has launched the Cut It Out program to help employers combat sexual harassment at work and comply with Respect@Work laws.
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This article provides a quick overview of NDIS incident management and the mandatory reporting requirements in disability care.
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Host, Nathan Luker, is joined by Chief Accessibility Advocate Department of Transport and disability advocate, Tricia Malowney OAM, about the discrimination disabled people face at work and what each of us can do to create welcoming workplaces where disabled people feel the same as everyone else - a valued member of the team.
35 minute listen
Host, Nathan Luker, is joined by human rights lawyer, writer and whistleblowing expert, Kieran Pender, to discuss the role of whistleblowing programs in building a better, integrity-led workplace culture
35 minute listen
This article (4:30 read time) provides the key takeaways and a video recording of Your Call's webinar (30 mins) on Psychological Safety at Work
Sexual harassment at work is about power, imbalance and abuse, and it must stop.
Download our Better Workplace Investigations Guide and learn how to conduct best practice investigations through a framework of policies and more.
Download our free guide on Psychological Safety at work and discover how to build a psychologically workplace.

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