For more detailed information about the program, please view our downloadable research and report documents.
Marks, G., O’Shea, A., McVilly, K. R., Frawley, P., & Despott, N. (2020). “Where’s the human dignity in that?”: LGBTQIA+ people with intellectual disability exploring sexual lives and respectful relationships. Journal of Gay & Lesbian Social Services, 1-23. https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/10538720.2020.1752875
Frawley, P., and O'Shea, A. (2019). "Peer education: a platform for sexuality rights advocacy for women with intellectual disabilities." In Global Perspectives on Disability Activism and Advocacy, edited by Karen Soldatic and Kelley Johnson. United Kingdom: Routledge.
Wilson, N., Frawley, P., O'Shea, A., Thompson, V., McKenzie, J., Kahonde, C., Charnock, D., & Schaafsma, D. (2019). "Issues of Sexuality and Relationships." In Intellectual Disability: Integrating theory, research and practice, edited by Johnny Matson, 989- 1010. New York: Springer
Wilson, N. J., Macdonald, J., Hayman, B., Bright, A. M., Frawley, P., & Gallego, G. (2018). A narrative review of the literature about people with intellectual disability who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex or questioning. Journal of intellectual disabilities, 22(2), 171-196.
R E S P E C T, Sex and Intellectual Disability article by Disability Services Consulting Group featuring Linda Stokoe, 2019
Wilson, N. J., & Frawley, P. (2016). Transition staff discuss sex education and support for young men and women with intellectual and developmental disability. Journal of Intellectual & Developmental Disability, 41(3), 209-221.
Frawley, P., & Anderson, S. (2014). Adopting mainstream approaches taking account of and including people with an intellectual disability in violence and abuse prevention. (VicHealth Innovation Research Grant)
Frawley, P., Barrett, C., & Dyson, S. (2012). Real people, core business. Living Safer Sexual Lives: Respectful Relationships. Report on the development and implementation of a peer-led violence and abuse prevention program for people with an intellectual disability