accessibility

  • Meeting the Needs of Autistic Survivors

    Autistic people live in a society that was not designed for them: one in which they are often forced to conceal who they are and are unable to receive the accommodations they need. When autistic people also experience victimization, they...
  • Closing the Gap Between Values and Reality: Disability Inclusion in Culturally Specific Work

    Culturally specific domestic violence and sexual assault programs have always known that when you create services by focusing on those in the margins, you end up with better services for everyone. When this is your core value, you also understand...
  • Promoting Accessibility and Accountability: Law Enforcement and Survivors with Disabilities and Deaf Survivors

    It is important that law enforcement officers are aware of best practices when serving survivors with disabilities and Deaf survivors to ensure that their response to these survivors is effective and appropriate. During this webinar, two innovative programs will share...
  • People First: Practicing Accessibility One Contact at a Time

    Mark Sweet of Disability Rights Wisconsin discusses accessibility in terms of interpersonal contact. Participants will learn about considering individuals point of view (POV), and how not considering it can lead to missed opportunities to support a survivor