Safe and Equal Disability Inclusion Forum 2023

Safe and Equal Disability Inclusion Forum 2023

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On Wednesday 15 November 2023, Safe and Equal hosted the annual Disability Inclusion Forum to support practitioners in enhancing their practice when working with victim survivors with disability.

The forum provided a platform for practitioners to learn from key professionals in the field, who shared their knowledge and practice insights. In alignment with Safe and Equal’s Code of Practice, the forum aimed to increase practitioners’ capacity to promote a safe, inclusive, and equitable service system response to victim survivors with disability.

The forum was divided into two webinars:

  1.  Barriers to service access for victim survivors with disability
  2. Supporting victim survivors with psychosocial disability

Webinar 1: Barriers to service access for victim survivors with disability

Webinar 2: Supporting victim survivors with psychosocial disability

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Webinar 1: Barriers to service access for victim survivors with disability

Natasha (Safe Steps Family Violence Response Centre)

Webinar 2: Supporting victim survivors with psychosocial disability

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Person-centred risk assessment with victim survivors with disability

Person-centred risk assessment with victim survivors with disability

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It’s important family violence practitioners are comfortable routinely asking questions about disability as part of their risk assessments. But what does person-centred risk assessment look like, sound like and feel like?

Brought to you by Women with Disabilities Victoria, DV Vic and DVRCV, this free webinar will explore compounding risk factors and barriers to safety people with disability experience. It will also cover ways you can adapt your practice to ensure people with disability feel safe, heard and supported during risk assessment.

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Family Violence and Disability Forum

Family Violence and Disability Forum

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Women with Disabilities Victoria and DV Vic held a forum on family violence and disability on Wednesday 1 November 2017 to discuss emerging issues and opportunities for collaboration in the context of current reforms.

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