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The South Australian Government recognise that women with disabilities have the right to the same protection by domestic/family violence laws against violence in their domestic situations as the rest of the community, and therefore amend and expand the SA Domestic Violence Act to protect women with disabilities from domestic violence as they experience it. Any definition of ‘domestic/family violence’ must be inclusive of the forms of violence as experienced by women with disabilities. The wording of the SA Domestic Violence Act must be specific enough to encompass the circumstances and contexts within which women with disabilities experience domestic/family violence.
Women With Disabilities Australia (WWDA) is the peak organisation for women with all types of disabilities in Australia.
SHine SA offers a therapeutic counselling service by professional sexual health counsellors for individuals, couples and families, including those with disability.
You can contact SHine SA by phone on 8300 5300 or by email at [email protected]
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The Sexual Healthline is a confidential service that you can call if you would like to speak to someone about sexual health.
Your local GP is a good place to start to discuss sexual health issues.
You can be referred to a specialist service if you need one.
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Sex and sexuality are an important part of health and wellbeing for people with disability.