Taylah Neagle, BRAGG
Taylah, 20 of Glenunga has a lived experience as sister to a young man with autism.
“I’ve seen the struggle to find understanding in the community, and I want to make sure people know that families do a lot to support people with disabilities. I want to work towards South Australia being a fairer, more accepting and caring community, for everyone. Nobody knows when, in a split second, their own life could be touched by disability. That’s why we need compassion, every day.”
Taylah works in the hospitality sector and has supported the Dignity Party through her father, Rick Neagle’s involvement over many years. This election she is a candidate for the first time, and she encourages other young people to take an interest in improving our society.