No support worker and 'unhelpful' Helpline: Tammy Milne details COVID-19 experience to Disability Royal Commission

Lachlan Bennett
Updated August 18 2020 - 6:54pm, first published 6:52pm
LEFT OUT: North-West disability advocate Tammy Milne says the pandemic illustrated the lack of community understanding of what people with disability go through. Picture: File
LEFT OUT: North-West disability advocate Tammy Milne says the pandemic illustrated the lack of community understanding of what people with disability go through. Picture: File

A woman with a disability spent four days without a support worker during the height of the North-West coronavirus lockdown, the Disability Royal Commission has heard.

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Lachlan Bennett

Lachlan Bennett

Journalist

Lachlan Bennett is a journalist based in Burnie with an interest in politics, primary industries, transportation, tourism and the West Coast.

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