Now in its third year, the Talk About Sexual Violence project will build on its success by not only preparing health care professionals to have much-needed conversations about sexual violence with people with IDD, but to know how to use a supported decision-making lens that supports victim-centered approaches. This flyer gives an overview of the Phase 3 project focus and related information.
Two survivors of sexual violence discuss their experiences and journey of healing.
Resources for victims and information on mandatory reporting laws, patient-centered communication, the Teach Back method, augmentative and alternative communication, peer advocacy, and prevention.
Two survivors of sexual violence share their experiences to encourage others to speak up and get support.
These training tools provide health care professionals and self-advocates with easy-to-use tips and resources on ways to have open, honest, and effective communication about sexual violence.