This comprehensive Talk About Sexual Violence summary report provides key findings, innovative solutions, and a call to action from survivors with disabilities, health care professionals, and other advocates.
Get an overview of the key findings and recommendations of the Talk About Sexual Violence project over the past seven years.
This eight-minute video helps medical professionals understand what supported-decision making is and why it is important to use when assisting victims of sexual violence who have an intellectual or developmental disability.
This eight-minute video provides health care professionals with a basic understanding of plain language and how to use it so that patients with IDD can better understand information and more fully participate in health care decisions.
This seven-minute video highlights key findings from focus groups held with individuals with intellectual or developmental disabilities who were asked about their thoughts on what doctors, nurses, and other health care providers can do better when talking to them about sexual violence.