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RC presses NDIS Commission on incident and complaint management 

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8/12/2021

WARNING: this update contains references to sexual assault and abuse. Some readers may find this material distressing.

The case of ‘Sophie’ continued, with appearances from two experts on sexuality and relationships for people with disability. One acknowledged that casual sex is sometimes a common feature in modern society; the other emphasised caution around online dating for people with disability. Sophie should have been asked her thoughts about the rules included in her safety plan, they said.

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