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Liam Danher’s parents say a seizure mat could have saved his life, but the NDIS knocked back funding – ABC News

Liam Danher’s parents asked the NDIS for a specialised seizure mat they believe could have saved him. Now, they demand an investigation and an apology.

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Parents Kevin and Tracey Danher have spent the past three months overcome by grief after the death of their 23-year-old son Liam.

  • Liam Danher’s parents found him dead on the morning of February 5 this year
  • Liam lived with autism and epilepsy and died of a seizure in his sleep
  • The couple’s application for a specialised seizure mat was met with knockbacks from the NDIS

But mixed with their grief is a strong feeling of injustice, as the couple believes the National Disability Insurance Agency could have…

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