Respectful and Healthy Relationships Training

Four peer educators with PWDA staff member standing in front of the PWDA sign at offices in Redfern.
Peer educators, staff and volunteers at PWDA offices

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 in NSW. 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.

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To find out more or to register, you can contact Polly at PWDA via email or on 02 9370 3100.