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Want to know what makes services accessible for women and non-binary people with intellectual disability who have experienced violence?

Hear it from the experts in this field;
that is, women and non-binary people who have an intellectual disability!

Have a look at our new Animation Videos! 

In collaboration with the experts, we created 5 animation videos that share their stories as people with intellectual disabilities. Each story shares a myth about intellectual disability and how it impacts people in their daily lives. 

 WWILD Sexual Violence Prevention Association Inc. created the And You Think You’re the Expert? podcast and other resources as part of the Listen Up! Project.

For this project, we talked with women and non-binary people with an intellectual disability about what makes safe, accessible services for them, after an experience of violence, such as sexual assault and/or domestic and family violence. 

We have created a 7-episode podcast, videos, posters and a booklet that discuss disability, violence and accessibility. The podcast is hosted by the experts!

Each episode, our experts interview a worker in this field; a sexual violence counsellor, a domestic violence worker, a support worker, a support coordinator, a mental health worker and a police officer.

Our experts offer their wisdom and advice to the workers. 

So, grab a cuppa, get comfy and listen up!

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About this project

These resources were developed and published by WWILD SVP ASSOCIATION INC.© in collaboration with 33 women with intellectual disabilities. For more information, see

Contact us

WWILD Sexual Violence Prevention Association Inc.

Phone:           (07) 3262 9877
Fax:                (07) 3262 9847

Contact hours:
Monday to Friday | 9am – 5pm

Funding Acknowledgement

The And You Think You’re the Expert? resources were created as part of the Listen Up! Project, which was kindly funded by the Department of Social Services through the Community Led Projects to Prevent Violence Against Women and their Children.

Acknowledgement of Country

We would like to first and foremost acknowledge the traditional owners of the many unceded lands on which we gathered on for this project; the Turrbul and Jagera people of Meanjin (Brisbane), the Yugambeh people of the Gold Coast, the Gubbi Gubbi people of Caboolture, the Darumbal people of Rockhampton, and the Turrbal, Jagera and Yugambeh people of Logan. We would like to pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging. It always was and always will be Aboriginal land.