Submission – Education November 2019final ATTACHMENT A – RTI 172191 SDA by school 2017 ATTACHMENT B – QPPD_choice_report_2003 ATTACHMENT C – Final QAI Position Statement Regarding the Use of Restrictive Practices ATTACHMENT D – GENEVA Restrictive Practices Involuntary Treatment Factsheet -FINAL ATTACHMENT E – MAPA use on child ADDENDUM 1
QAI made a submission to the Queensland Law Reform Commission Inquiry into the Mistake of Fact defence. Initial Recommendations Retain mistake of fact defence, because some people with intellectual impairment can misinterpret, for example, body language, or verbal cues if CALD, but: A proper evidentiary basis must exist before the
QAI made a submission in regards to the Criminal Code (Child Sexual Offences Reform) and Other Legislation Amendment Bill. Here is an excerpt from the submission of our recommendations: Recommendations QAI supports the measures in the Bill. The State Government must do more to ensure that people with intellectual disability
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QAI made a submission to the Joint Standing Committee on the National Disability Insurance Scheme on the Inquiry into Supported Independent Living. Here is an excerpt from the submission of our recommendations: Recommendations Provide clear, transparent and honest information about SILS. Clarify the restrictions that SILS imposes on ‘choice and