Know your rights - Your rights with support workers

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Published Jun 15, 2020, 4:17 AM

It is your right to feel safe and healthy with your support workers during times of COVID-19 and beyond. Become more aware of your rights and responsibilities and how to assert your rights.

Join in an enlightening conversation with Cath Mahony Peer Worker at Community Disability Alliance Hunter, Michael Giles Senior Generalist Solicitor at Hunter Community Legal Centre, and Duhita LewisCoordinator Community Legal Education at Hunter Community Legal Centre to learn more.

This is a Newcastle Libraries REAL production.


The information provided in this session is for information purposes only. It must not be relied on as legal advice. You should seek individual legal advice about your own particular circumstances. 


The Hunter Community Legal Centre (HCLC) is a not-for-profit organisation that provides free legal assistance to people who live, work or study in the Newcastle and Hunter community

Community Disability Alliance Hunter – CDAH- is the local Disabled People’s organisation in the Hunter. We are run for and by people with disability.


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