SL&RR blog

Having a Say conference 2020

The 2020 Having a Say (HaS) Conference was 24th-26th February at Deakin University Geelong Waterfront Campus. Deakin & SL&RR shared a stall in the HaS expo which was attended by […]

‘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 […]