Victim survivors with disabilities
Find resources to support victim survivors with disabilities in the context of family violence.
For more information and resources about working with victim survivors with disabilities, visit the Women with Disabilities Victoria or 1800RESPECT websites.
Statewide Disability Inclusion Forum
Webinar aimed at specialist family violence practitioners to enhance knowledge about supporting victim survivors with disabilities. (Safe and Equal)
Victim Survivors with Disabilites
Webinar focusing on responding to victim survivors with disabilities using an intersectional framework. (NIFVS)
Family Violence Response and People with Disability
Forum series aimed at disability advocates to gain in depth expert knowledge on a range of issues. (Disability Advocacy Resource Unit)
Person-centred Risk Assessment with Victim Survivors with Disabilities
Webinar for professionals. (Women with Disabilities Victoria and Safe+Equal)
Family Violence Response for Women with Disabilities
Quick guide to safely managing disclosures. (Women with Disabilities Victoria)
Our Right to Safety & Respect
Video resource and video guide, developed by, and for, women with disabilities about violence, abuse, safety and respect. (Women with Disabilities Victoria)
Family Violence and Disability Films
Four short films for disability workers to identify and respond to family violence when working with people with disabilities. (Women with Disabilities Victoria & National Disability Services)
Violence Against Women with Disabilities
Women with Disabilities Victoria fact sheet.
Safety Planning for Women With Disabilities
A 1800RESPECT guide.
Identifying Economic Abuse for Women with Disability
Online toolkit with questions and resources for people with disability, their service providers and supports. (Monash Gender and Family Violence Prevention Centre)
Disability Support Toolkit
A 1800RESPECT toolkit has resources for frontline workers.
Victims of Crime Easy English Resources
Easy English resources to support people with limited literacy to understand when violent crime, including family violence, has happened to them and what they can do.