The eSafety Commissioner (eSafety) has developed new resources to support disability support workers and frontline family violence workers to better assist women...
The eSafety Commissioner (eSafety) has developed new resources to support disability support workers and frontline family violence workers to better assist women with disability to learn about technology-facilitated abuse and build awareness around support pathways.
The resources include videos, posters, wallet cards and conversation starters. The videos are designed for workers to watch with their clients and have been created using actors with lived experience of disability. All of the resources are available to download from the eSafety website and printed versions can be ordered from eSafety free of charge.
The resources have been developed in response to new research commissioned by eSafety which identified a need to better train frontline family violence workers and disability support workers to identify what technology-facilitated abuse looks like.
eSafety also offers free professional development sessions for disability workers supporting women living with intellectual or cognitive disability who may be at risk of, or experiencing, technology-facilitated abuse.
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