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Ageing and Disability Abuse Helpline1800 628 221Ageing and Disability Abuse Helpline 1800 628 221(Monday – Friday 9-5) (Mon – Fri 9-5)

How can we help?

Answering a few simple questions can help you get the information you need.
Use this tool to find out how we can help you.

Question 1. I am concerned about:


Question 2. I am of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander Origin:


Question 2. Are they of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander origin?



Question 3. I am:

Question 3. I am:

Question 3. About them:

Question 3. About them:

Question 4: Because of someone I know (a friend, family member, neighbour, community member):

Question 4: You have noticed:

Question 5. I live:


Question 5. Where do they live:


Question 6. Is your main concern about the NDIS, My Aged Care or someone who is paid to look after you?


Question 6. Is your main concern about the NDIS, My Aged Care or someone who is paid to look after them?


Call the Helpline
1800 628 221

(M-F, 9-5)
Or email your enquiry to nswadc@adc.nsw.gov.au

We recommend contacting the Ageing and Disability Abuse Helpline for advice about your rights.

You can remain anonymous.

Translation Service is available on 131 450

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The Ageing and Disability Commission works to prevent and better protect older people and adults with disability from abuse, neglect and exploitation. This could be from someone they know in their home or in their community.

If this does not relate to you, there may be other support and information services that could be of assistance.

If in doubt, call the Ageing and Disability Abuse Helpline on 1800 628 221 (M-F, 9-5) or email your enquiry to nswadc@adc.nsw.gov.au

In an emergency call 000 or 13 11 14 for crisis support.

Translation Service is available on 131 450

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Based on the information you provided, you may need to contact the following agencies:

If in doubt, call the Ageing and Disability Abuse Helpline on 1800 628 221 (M-F, 9-5) or nswadc@adc.nsw.gov.au.

Translation Service is available on 131 450

Start again

Call the Helpline
1800 628 221

(M-F, 9-5)
Or email your enquiry to
nswadc@adc.nsw.gov.au

We recommend contacting the Ageing and Disability Abuse Helpline for advice about the rights of the person you are concerned about, and your own.

You can remain anonymous.

Translation Service is available on 131 450.

Start again

Our vision is for older people and adults with disability to feel safe, respected and dignified in their home and community.

How can we help?

Answering a few simple questions can help you get the information you need.
Use this tool to find out how we can help you.

Question 1. I am concerned about:


Question 2. I am of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander Origin:


Question 2. Are they of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander origin?



Question 3. I am:

Question 3. I am:

Question 3. About them:

Question 3. About them:

Question 4: Because of someone I know (a friend, family member, neighbour, community member):

Question 4: You have noticed:

Question 5. I live:


Question 5. Where do they live:


Question 6. Is your main concern about the NDIS, My Aged Care or someone who is paid to look after you?


Question 6. Is your main concern about the NDIS, My Aged Care or someone who is paid to look after them?


Call the Helpline
1800 628 221

(M-F, 9-5)
Or email your enquiry to nswadc@adc.nsw.gov.au

We recommend contacting the Ageing and Disability Abuse Helpline for advice about your rights.

You can remain anonymous.

Translation Service is available on 131 450

Start again

The Ageing and Disability Commission works to prevent and better protect older people and adults with disability from abuse, neglect and exploitation. This could be from someone they know in their home or in their community.

If this does not relate to you, there may be other support and information services that could be of assistance.

If in doubt, call the Ageing and Disability Abuse Helpline on 1800 628 221 (M-F, 9-5) or email your enquiry to nswadc@adc.nsw.gov.au

In an emergency call 000 or 13 11 14 for crisis support.

Translation Service is available on 131 450

Start again

Based on the information you provided, you may need to contact the following agencies:

If in doubt, call the Ageing and Disability Abuse Helpline on 1800 628 221 (M-F, 9-5) or nswadc@adc.nsw.gov.au.

Translation Service is available on 131 450

Start again

Call the Helpline
1800 628 221

(M-F, 9-5)
Or email your enquiry to
nswadc@adc.nsw.gov.au

We recommend contacting the Ageing and Disability Abuse Helpline for advice about the rights of the person you are concerned about, and your own.

You can remain anonymous.

Translation Service is available on 131 450.

Start again

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Last updated: 02 Dec 2019