Deb is a proud mum of her four beautiful kids.
But her family is facing down a crisis, and she doesn't know what the outcome will be.
Three of Deb's children are autistic - the eldest two boys, Will and Andrew, severely so. Living all together at home without professional support became impossible, so Will and Andrew are now in state care.
It's not perfect, but it works.
But Victoria's Napthine Government is now privatising state disability services like the home Will and Andrew are in.
It means Deb's family, and the staff that care for them, don't have any certainty about the future.
Privately owned disability services usually engage casual staff without ongoing contracts. It may not seem like much, but any change to the boys' routine can cause chaos for the family.
"High casual staff, that is a real problem for us and many families. And I can see us going down that path".
The Napthine Government is refusing to listen to the disability sector professionals asking for certainty for the sector. We need to show them that our community values health services. Please sign the petition below, and then share it with your networks.