SL&RR blog

‘Staying Safe’- Valid

Valid have released a series of videos on their ‘staying safe’ campaign. These feature information about human rights, advocacy, abuse, neglect, and advice to speak up and reach out to […]

New Family Violence and Disability Films from WDV

Women with Disability Victoria have released a new series of films about family violence and disability. The films are design to inform disability workers and each • Preventing and responding […]

2019- The year it has been

As we reflect on our work in SL&RR over 2019, we highlight many achievements: 2 new sites were developed 9 new Peer Educators were trained 8 new Program Partners were […]


Linda Stokoe, SL&RR Per Educator, has written an article for Disability Services Consulting about relationships for people with intellectual disability. “You have the right to be in a respectful relationship, […]

Nothing about us without us

Patsie Frawley and Amie O’Shea have a new article published in Sex Education Journey titled “‘Nothing about us without us’: sex education by and for people with intellectual disability in […]

People of SL&RR: Rachael Nicholls

Rachael Nicholls works at a day service for adults with intellectual disability in Gippsland called the George Gray Centre. She loves her job “I get to smile and laugh everyday”. […]

People of SL&RR: Danny Li

Meet Danny- a south-west Sydney-sider with a passion for making difference and giving back to the brain injury community. Danny is a Peer Educator with the SL&RR Synapse site who […]

People of SL&RR: Karin

Karin’s lives in Eskilstuna, Sweden, with her soon to be 7 year old cat, Robban. She works as a host for people with disabilities to have meetings in the VIP […]

People of SL&RR: Emelia Perandersdotter

Emelia Perandersdotter is from Eskilstuna, Sweden. She works in supported daily activities for people with disability in a carpentry workshop, where people make things which are sold in a shop […]

SL&RR in Link Magazine

The Disability and Inclusion team at Deakin University, including our own Associate Professor Patsie Frawley and Dr Amie O’Shea, are leading in research on sexuality rights for people with intellectual […]