PWDA is delivering a peer education program about healthy relationships, including domestic and family violence, and sexual assault awareness to women with intellectual and learning disability.
A group of trained peer educators deliver training to women with intellectual disability about healthy relationships across NSW. The training will be in the form of eight face-to-face sessions in locations across the state. The training will join our wider training program around respectful relationships.
Our peer educators are all women with intellectual disability who bring their skills, expertise and knowledge about healthy relationships to their peers. Training is open to any women with intellectual and learning disability.
Each training goes for 8 sessions and run from September until March. The training takes a break over school holidays. The schedule for each training session will be sent once you have registered. The sessions will run on the same day each time.
You can register for the training through the form on this page.
Find out more about the training sessions in Easy Read format.
Redfern, NSW (Group 1)
Starting Monday 17 September 10am-1.30pm, running for 8 sessions.
Redfern, NSW (Group 2)
Starting Tuesday 18 September 10am-1.30pm, running for 8 sessions.
Starting Wednesday 19 September 1pm-5pm (then 10.30am – 2pm) running for 8 sessions.
Moss Vale, NSW
Starting Thursday 20 September 10:30am-2:00pm, running for 8 sessions.
East Gosford, NSW
Starting Wednesday 26 September 10:30am-2:00pm, running for 8 sessions.
New Lambton, NSW
Starting Thursday 27 September 9:30am-1:00pm, running for 8 sessions.
Starting Friday 28 September 10:30am-2:00pm, running for 8 sessions.
To register you can fill in the form below. You can also contact Polly at PWDA via email or on 02 9370 3100.