Advocacy for ASD in Canberra/ACT

ACT's dysfunctional support for autistic people

like a stop sign but says "No. Wrong door."
Date: Fri, 11 Jun 2021 10:48:19 +1000
From: Bob Buckley (SOfASD Chair) <chair@sofasd.org.au>
Organisation: Speaking Out for Autism Spectrum Disorder, Canberra and the Australian Capital Territory
To: barr@act.gov.au, Andrew Barr <info@actlabor.org.au>
CC: Sara Stanley <sara@adacas.org.au>, Ms Emma Davidson MLA <davidson@act.gov.au>, gentleman@act.gov.au, Alicia.Payne.MP@aph.gov.au, Rachel Stephen-Smith <rachel@rachelstephensmith.org>, Craig Shannon (PWDACT) <unity2600@gmail.com>, actcoss@actcoss.org.au, info@advocacyforinclusion.org

Dear Chief Minister

I write to you as a systemic advocate for autistic people. Systemically, the ACT Government's former "no wrong door" policy has become a "no right door" policy. Note: the "no wrong door" policy was missing its punctuation, while the "no right door" has none.The letter below asks that a person who lodged multiple complaints with the ACT Police complaints department some time ago is asked "to contact them herself" apparently to lodge another complaint about complaints not being processed. This suggested course of action is:

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