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  • General Material
March 2023

Supporting Black Deaf Survivors

Black deaf survivors of domestic and/or sexual violence often have to navigate a web of barriers to accessing healing services. This webinar features speakers from DAWN, a Deaf community-based organization, on their unique approach to meeting the needs of Black deaf survivors.
  • General Material
October 2022

Promising Practices for Serving Domestic Violence Survivors with Disabilities

This webinar featured a panel of experts who explored the unique barriers that people with disabilities have to navigate when seeking healing and the strategies that advocates employ to proactively remove those barriers. Specifically, they explored the civil-legal needs of survivors with disabilities, the needs of survivors who acquire a disability through domestic violence, and the unique needs of Deaf survivors.
  • General Material
August 2022

Centering Survivors with Disabilities in Your Organizational Policies

This two-part webinar series examined key policies that victim service and disability organizations should have in place to account for unique circumstances in the lives of survivors with disabilities, including personal care attendants, service animals and guardianship.
  • General Material
  • Training Tools

Meeting the Needs of American Indian and Alaska Native Survivors with Disabilities

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During this webinar, Amanda Watson, Program Director at Praxis International, explores ways in which programs can better understand the cultural implications of working with AI/AN survivors with disabilities and provide guidance on strategies for best serving them.