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In this section, we share information to help you stay safe.
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In this section, we share information to help you stay safe.

This includes how you can understand your:

  • experiences
  • Rights are rules about how people must treat you:

    • fairly
    • equally.

This section includes information for:

  • people with disability
  • their families and carers
  • their friends.

Lots of people are part of our community.

This includes people with different:

  • ages
  • abilities
  • bodies
  • backgrounds.

Our community includes:

  • women and girls with disability
  • people with disability who are

    A gender diverse person is someone:

    • who feels like they do not fit the idea of being a man or a woman
    • whose gender given to them when they were born does not match the gender they are.

Some links in this section take you to information about

Violence and abuse is when someone:

  • hurts you
  • scares you
  • controls you.

We have information and resources on this website to help you get the support you need.

You can find out more on our page about support.

Please look after yourself when you read this information.

You can ask someone you trust to sit with you while you read.

For example, a friend or family member.

Try to read this information when you are feeling strong and supported.

You might choose not to read information about violence and abuse.

It can upset some people.

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