Checklist to detect violence against disabled women
Women with disabilities frequently have a number of contacts with different professionals – at group homes and assisted living facilities, as well as those who help with activities of daily living and personal assistance in the home ?– that provide care, support and service. Such a professional may be the one who discovers that she has been subjected to violence – but he can also be the perpetrator, engaged to provide her with various interventions that her disability requires.
The checklist contains a number of questions for both supervisors and employees. The questions are de- signed as a source of guidance for determining how far the women’s protection effort has come and as a basis for team discussions at various workplaces.
Aims and objectives
To better detect if the disabled women has been a victim of violence.
Nuts code: SE11