Sandra Williams, NEWLAND
Sandra, 47 is standing for election with the Dignity Party because she wants to see change, because many people with disabilities have been pushed aside for too long.
“The NDIS, the justice system and aged care all need to recognise the people they serve are people, we’re all different but we all deserve to be treated with respect.”
As mother of a young man with an intellectual disability, Sandra knows we can do better in including everyone in our community.
Sandra has worked as a dental nurse and understands how essential access to quality dental care is to good health. Now working in retail, she also actively fundraises for children’s charities. As a mother of two, she knows the pressures skyrocketing energy prices in South Australia have placed on families.
Dignity Party are the ones taking a stand on human rights in this state, and we can’t afford to lose Kelly Vincent’s voice in the upper house!