Women with Disabilities Victoria – Videos and Printed Resources

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. Click on this this LINK to access these resources.

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Sunny App

The Sunny App is 1800RESPECT’s app for women with disability. It can support you if you have experienced violence and abuse. Sunny can be downloaded from the App Store or Google Play Store. It is free to download and use on your phone. Sunny is 1800RESPECT’s app for women with disability who have experienced violence…

Supporting the Woman, Supporting the Mother project – Research Centre for Children and Families

The Supporting the Woman, Supporting the Mother project led by the Research Centre for Children and Families from the University of Sydney, has developed resources for parents with intellectual disability including: A tip sheet for parents about getting the right support and using the NDIS Videos of parents with intellectual disability sharing their experience of parenting…

Supporting Young Mums to Know Their Legal Rights

Supporting Young Mums to Know Their Legal Rights, a Video, has been developed by Women’s Legal Service Queensland and Micah Projects’ Caboolture Young Mothers for Young Women Group. The video is for individuals and organisations supporting young women by providing information and referrals relevant to young mothers regarding their legal rights. In the video, the lawyer, Kaitlin…

The Bumpy Road

The Bumpy Road – Easy English fact sheets for parents with intellectual difficulties dealing with the child protection system. It is advice from parents with experience. Developed by The Wash House and is © Copyright The WASH House Inc. For more information email: info@bumpyroad.org.au. Please note: It is not legal advice, and it is based on families…

Sexual Lives and Respectful Relationships

Sexual Lives and Respectful Relationships or SL&RR (formerly Living Safer Sexual Lives: Respectful Relationships) is a program for people with intellectual disability that focuses on talking and learning about sexuality and relationship rights, sexual health, and violence and abuse prevention. It was developed in collaboration with people with intellectual disability and University researchers and is…

The SECCA App

This web based interactive App supports the development of knowledge and skills in navigating sexuality and relationships concepts across the lifespan. It involves a bunch of games and educational modules around foundational concepts of emotions, puberty, menstruation, masturbation and public & private, as well as lessons that get a bit more involved with each concept.…