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Women with disability and domestic and family violence : a guide for policy and practice People with Disability Australia (PWDA) and Domestic Violence NSW (DVNSW)

Contributor(s): People With Disability Australia (PWDA) | Domestic Violence NSW.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Sydney, NSW : People with Disability Australia (PWDA) and Domestic Violence NSW (DVNSW), 2021Description: electronic document (15 pages) ; PDF file.Subject(s): ACCESSIBILITY | DISABLED PEOPLE | DOMESTIC VIOLENCE | FAMILY VIOLENCE | GUIDELINES | SUPPORT SERVICES | WOMEN | INTERNATIONAL | AUSTRALIAOnline resources: Download guidelines | Access the website | Click here to access online Summary: People with Disability Australia (PWDA) and DVNSW have jointly produced a Disability Toolkit. It has three parts: 1. Women with Disability and Domestic and Family Violence: Policy and Practice outlines: – Types of DFV experienced by women with disability that are not experienced by women without disability – Barriers that women with disability encounter when accessing DFV services, and – How to address these barriers 2. 30 Ways to Make Your Service More Accessible: guidance on how to make your service as accessible to people with disability as possible, across the domains of physical, informational, attitudinal and procedural accessibility 3. Creating an Inclusion Action Plan: a document you can use as a starting point to develop an IAP tailored to your service. These documents and other resources are part of the Good Practice Guidelines Resource Manual published by DVNSW. Record #7311
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People with Disability Australia (PWDA) and DVNSW have jointly produced a Disability Toolkit. It has three parts:

1. Women with Disability and Domestic and Family Violence: Policy and Practice outlines:

– Types of DFV experienced by women with disability that are not experienced by women without disability

– Barriers that women with disability encounter when accessing DFV services, and

– How to address these barriers

2. 30 Ways to Make Your Service More Accessible: guidance on how to make your service as accessible to people with disability as possible, across the domains of physical, informational, attitudinal and procedural accessibility

3. Creating an Inclusion Action Plan: a document you can use as a starting point to develop an IAP tailored to your service.

These documents and other resources are part of the Good Practice Guidelines Resource Manual published by DVNSW. Record #7311

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