Launch of WWILD’s ‘You deserve to be safe’: A simple English booklet about Domestic and Family Violence

You deserve to be safe’: A simple English booklet about Domestic and Family Violence  was launched on the 15th June 2017 As part of the Queensland State Government’s 2017 Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Month, WWILD has developed a booklet and accompanying poster, about violence in relationships and who you can talk to about safety. This booklet was…

Supporting People with Intellectual Disability Experiencing Mental Health Issues/Disorders Workshop – Brisbane, Ipswich, Caboolture

Community Living Assn. & WWILD-SVP Assn. are offering a training workshop for professionals, support workers and social work/psychology and human services students who are interested in improving their knowledge and skills in supporting people with intellectual and learning disabilities experiencing mental health issues and disorders. The aim of the workshop is to improve people’s understanding…