This section has information, tips, tools and resources for specialist family violence practitioners to help support positive change and break down barriers to accessing services for people with disability.
How specialist family violence services can ensure systems and staff are set up to support victim survivors with disability.
Tips for family violence services for building respectful dialogue, asking questions about disability and making information accessible.
Information to help family violence and sexual assault workers understand the NDIS service system and support victim survivors.
How specialist family violence workers can become comfortable asking questions about disability as part of risk assessments and safety planning.
Tools and resources for specialist family violence workers to ensure victim survivors with disability can access support safely.
Practice tips, resources and information for family violence practitioners to increase the safety of victim survivors when navigating the NDIS.
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If you are experiencing family violence, there are services that can provide support and advice. They will listen to you and help you to explore your options and think about what you want to do next.
For support across Australia, contact 1800 RESPECT (1800 737 732) or visit 1800respect.org.au.
We provide information, training, capability building and advocacy for organisations and professionals working to end family violence.
You can find general information about family violence on the Are you safe at home? website.
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