Resource Compendium: Education and Training

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Key Resources: Education and Training

Training for Service Providers | Education for Women and Girls with Disabilities | Other

Training for Service Providers

  • Cathy Hoog (2003) Enough and yet not Enough: An Educational Resource Manual On Domestic Violence Advocacy For Persons With Disabilities In Washington State. Washington State Coalition Against Domestic Violence. [pdf]

    Please note that this document has been developed for use in another country, where the policy and legislative framework may differ from the Australian context.

  • People With Disability Australia. Domestic Violence and Intellectual Disability (Training for Service Delivery Professionals and Women with Intellectual Disability). [html]

  • People With Disability Australia. Responding to Sexual Assault (Training for Professionals). [html]

  • Safe Place: Ending Sexual and Domestic Violence. [html]
  • A website of resources, including a variety focussed on disability service provision. Please note that this document has been developed for use in another country, where the policy and legislative framework may differ from the Australian context.

  • Wisconsin Coalition for Advocacy, Wisconsin Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Wisconsin Coalition Against Sexual Assault & IndependenceFirst (2004), Cross Training Workbook: Violence Against Women with Disabilities. [pdf]

    Please note that this document has been developed for use in another country, where the policy and legislative framework may differ from the Australian context.

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Education for Women and Girls with Disabilities

  • DAWN Ontario (2002) Sexual Assault and Women with DisAbilities. [doc]

    Please note that this document has been developed for use in another country, where the policy and legislative framework may differ from the Australian context.

  • People With Disability Australia. Domestic Violence and Intellectual Disability (Training for Professionals and Women with Intellectual Disability). [html]

  • People With Disability Australia. Disability & Sexuality and Responding to Abuse and Neglect of People with Disability. [html]

  • Loorna Renooy (1995) You Deserve to be Safe: A Guide for Girls with Disabilities. DisAbled Women's Network Ontario. [pdf]

  • Diane Seifert and Julie Nield. Untangling the Web: A Resource Booklet on Mental Health and Sexual Assault. [pdf]

  • SHine South Australia (2011) Friendships and Dating: Information About Relationships for Parents, Carers and Young People with a Disability. [pdf]

  • South Eastern Centre Against Sexual Assault (CASA) Sexual Assault: When Sex is NOT OK (Plain English resource). [pdf]

  • SoSAFE! [html]
  • SoSAFE! is a set of visual and conceptual tools designed to promote social safety to clients with an Intellectual Disability (moderate to severe range) and Autism Spectrum Disorder. The SoSAFE! Tools together with SoSAFE! Certified Training provides teachers, trainers and counsellors with simple visual tools to enhance the social, social-sexual and social safety training of people with moderate to severe intellectual disability. SoSAFE! uses a standardised framework of symbols, visual teaching tools and concepts to teach the type and degree of verbal and physical intimacy appropriate with different categories of people, and strategies for moving into intimate relationships in a safe and measured manner.

  • Thunder Bay Independent Living Resource Centre, Canada (2003) What to do When: A Manual for Women with Disabilities who have been Abused. [pdf]

    Please note that this document has been developed for use in another country, where the policy and legislative framework may differ from the Australian context.

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Other

  • Kelli Moorey (2001) Train-the-Trainer Manual: Crime, Violence and Abuse Prevention For People with Disabilities. Independent Living Resource Centre of Calgary. [pdf]

    Please note that this document has been developed for use in another country, where the policy and legislative framework may differ from the Australian context.

  • SHine South Australia (2010) Information for Parents of Girls with a Disability. [pdf]

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