Healthy relationships

PWDA is working on a peer education program about healthy relationships, including domestic and family violence, and sexual assault awareness. We have completed our peer education training sessions, and our new peer educators will be delivering training to women with intellectual disability about healthy relationships across NSW. They will hold eight training sessions, and will join our wider training program around respectful relationships.

People sitting around a table, listening to another person at the front of a room, with an easel and a television screen behind them.
PWDA’s peer education team at work

Our peer educators are all women with intellectual disability who bring their skills, expertise and knowledge about healthy relationships to their peers.