A Queensland mother has called for national disability provider Lifestyle Solutions to be closed down after it reinstated a carer accused of abusing her intellectually disabled daughter.
- Lifestyle Solutions carer accused of sexually assaulting Eleka Nissen
- Carer given warning by Lifestyle Solutions but allowed to keep working
- Victorian Government cancels Lifestyle Solutions’ contracts at two state-owned group homes
The call comes as the Victorian Government announces it has ripped up contracts with Lifestyle Solutions to run two state-owned group homes over client safety concerns and “shortcomings” in oversight.
Earlier this year, the ABC revealed a series of allegations of physical abuse and neglect of clients at the organisation.
It included investigations into the deaths of at least four Lifestyle Solutions clients in New South Wales that identified practice failures.