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.
In this webinar, the Executive Director of The Arc of Jefferson, Clear Creek, and Gilpin Counties, discusses how she embarked on a journey with their advocacy team during COVID to “shift their views” and attempted to understand the thoughts and feelings of the people who came to support them.
Students with disabilities are more likely to be restrained, secluded, suspended, expelled, and subjected to corporal punishment. Learn how neuroscience and a new lens on behavior can reduce and eliminate punitive practices.
Get an overview of the key findings and recommendations of the Talk About Sexual Violence project over the past seven years.
The Family and Individual Needs for Disability Supports (FINDS) survey provides insights and understanding of the experiences of families supporting a family member with intellectual and developmental disabilities.