E-Safety Commission

The E-Safety Commission sees that many people living with disability have safe, enjoyable and positive online experiences most of the time. People with disability may also experience higher levels of online abuse. The E-Safety Commissioner wants to support people with disability to manage any online problems they may have and has made some Easy read books to…

Disability Advocacy Network Australia

This website has a collection of resources that promote safety from violence, abuse, neglect and exploitation by teaching people about rights, responsibilities, relationships and where people can find help from all over Australia. Click on this link to look at resources. Resources – violence and abuse | Disability Advocacy Network Australia (dana.org.au)

Women with Disabilities Victoria

Women with Disabilities Victoria have created a series of videos and printed resources to improve our understanding of women with disabilities and their experiences of violence and abuse. These resources have been developed for people with disabilities and also the support workers and other health professionals that support them. Please go to this LINK to access these…

What to do if someone hurts you or does bad things to you

This Easy English booklet was developed by Human Rights Watch working with Disabled Persons’ Organisations (DPOs) and international gender-based violence service providers in 2015. It shows how to recognise, prevent, and protect against gender-based violence, including by distinguishing between “good” and “bad” touch, and explains how to seek legal, medical, and psychosocial support. See link…