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Domestic violence and disabled people

Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Auckland [Auckland Domestic Violence and Disability Group], [2011]Description: 18 p. ; 15 cm. electronic resource (18 p.); PDF file: 1.3 MB, version; electronic resource (18 p.); PDF file: 1.3 MB; electronic resource (19 video clips) : New Zealand Sign Language version; electronic document (34 p.); PDF file: 1.32 MB; electronic document.Subject(s): DOMESTIC VIOLENCE | DEAF COMMUNITY | DISABILITY | SUPPORT SERVICES | INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE | RESOURCES FOR DISABLED PEOPLE | RESOURCES FOR DEAF COMMUNITY | RESOURCES FOR VICTIMS | VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE | NEW ZEALAND | DISABLED PEOPLEOnline resources: Click here to access online | Order this item | Accessible formats | NZ Sign Language | Easy Read PDF Summary: This booklet for disabled people and their carers was launched in Auckland on 8 March, 2011. The booklet has been developed by the Auckland Domestic Violence and Disability Working Group (DVD), and funded by the It's not OK Campaign. The booklet describes specific forms of violence, abuse and discrimination that happen to disabled people, who abusers could be and includes a quiz readers can do to find out if they are being abused. It highlights how agencies can respond effectively to family violence with disabled people and how individuals can seek help and increase their safety and that of their children.The Auckland Domestic Violence and Disability Group worked with the national Disability Coalition Against Violence to ensure messaging and images were appropriate. The booklet can be ordered from the It's not OK website. A New Zealand Sign Language (NZSL) version of this booklet (19 video clips available online) was produced in 2013. Follow the NZSL link to access. This publication is also available in an Easy Read format, as "Violence and domestic abuse: information for disabled people" (see item #4555) - translated by People First New Zealand - Nga Tangata Tuatahi, Available in print, PDF, DOC and DOCX formats - see the Accessible formats link.
Item type Current location Call number Status Notes Date due Barcode
Access online Access online Online Available ON13080512
Access online Access online Online Available NZ Sign Language version (online video clips) available ON13080513
Booklet Booklet TRVF000131 Available FV12010004

This booklet for disabled people and their carers was launched in Auckland on 8 March, 2011. The booklet has been developed by the Auckland Domestic Violence and Disability Working Group (DVD), and funded by the It's not OK Campaign. The booklet describes specific forms of violence, abuse and discrimination that happen to disabled people, who abusers could be and includes a quiz readers can do to find out if they are being abused. It highlights how agencies can respond effectively to family violence with disabled people and how individuals can seek help and increase their safety and that of their children.The Auckland Domestic Violence and Disability Group worked with the national Disability Coalition Against Violence to ensure messaging and images were appropriate. The booklet can be ordered from the It's not OK website. A New Zealand Sign Language (NZSL) version of this booklet (19 video clips available online) was produced in 2013. Follow the NZSL link to access. This publication is also available in an Easy Read format, as "Violence and domestic abuse: information for disabled people" (see item #4555) - translated by People First New Zealand - Nga Tangata Tuatahi, Available in print, PDF, DOC and DOCX formats - see the Accessible formats link.