This paper provides clear directions for future research and practice in responding to and preventing sexual assault among adults with a disability.
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Provides information about young people's experiences of sexual assault and the problems / barriers they face to disclosing such experiences
This Wrap includes the historical and contemporary aspects of sexual assault as they impact on Indigenous people
"Feeling heavy": Vicarious trauma and other issues facing those who work in the sexual assault field
This paper is about vicarious trauma, a normal response to repeated exposure and empathetic engagement with traumatic material
This paper discusses some of the widespread effects of sexual assault on families, professionals and society as a whole.
This paper is about young people who have committed acts of sexual abuse, written for those who might come across this issue in their day-to-day work
This resource document provides a current overview of research and information concerning male survivors of sexual assault and rape.
The recruitment, retention, and support of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander foster carers: A literature review
Examines the recruitment, retention, training, assessment and support of ATSI people caring for children removed from their parents