Rupene Amato, who was born in 1972, has given evidence to the Royal Commission into Abuse in Care's Pacific inquiry.
"I was denied any knowledge of my Samoan family, culture and identity."
Leota Scanlon was subjected to abuse masquerading as treatment, including injections of paraldehyde and electric shocks.
''I was sometimes locked in a time-out room for nothing, even if I did not do anything wrong."
"It was a sad place."
Paul Zentveld says claims Dr Selwyn Leeks can't be blamed due to his mental state are wrong.
"I would be using [the apology] as a dart and firing it out the window."
It comes more than 40 years later.
Sharyn Collis told the royal commission she was receiving electric shock treatment by Dr Selwyn Leeks when she was sexually assaulted by him.