We’re taking action to stop violence against people with disability.
People with disability, especially girls and women with disability, are over-represented as victims of crime. People with disability are more likely to be victims of violence, fraud and sexual assault. They are also more likely to experience multiple episodes of all forms of abuse and neglect.
Disability Royal Commission
We are closely following the Royal Commission Into Violence, Abuse, Exploitation And Neglect Of People With Disability.
We also have a dedicated website with information about our work with the DRC and how we can support people with disability to tell their story to the DRC. Read more about our DRC work.
Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse
We were funded to support people with disability who may be affected by the 2013 Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse.
We can support people with disability experiencing or who have experience violence in situations that are not emergencies. Find out more about our support services on our Get Help page.
Domestic and family violence
Our Building Access project aims to improve the accessibility of domestic and family services.
Sexuality and respectful relationships workshop
Designed for people with intellectual and cognitive impairment, this eight-hour, face-to-face workshop presented over two days is about exploring and understanding the different kinds of relationships that people can have in their lives.
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