*Sexual Assault/Domestic Violence Trigger Warning* Produced by: Kaitlyn Whelan Written by: Elinor Keshet Supervised by: Dr. Janice Du Mont Sheila Macdonald
Women with disabilities experience violence at a higher rate, for longer periods, and are less likely to report the abuse, than women without disabilities (H...
Learn the signs and what to do if you suspect violence against women with disabilities.
"Abuse can look different when it happens to people with disabilities."
Research shows that a learning disability makes women more vulnerable to domestic abuse, and police lack suitable training to deal with it
Domestic violence programs and rape crisis centers are two types of victim services organizations. These systems have a lot of experience working to end violence and help victims of abuse. Yet, barrie