We have created videos to share our learning and experiences from the Listen Up! Project. These training videos have been co-designed and co-presented with the WWILD peer workers.
Take a look through the videos, as they are tailored for workers across various fields. See which ones spark your interest!
These videos are aimed primarily at workers who work in the community development field, or those who work alongside people who have experienced domestic, family or sexual violence.
However, the ‘Identifying Intellectual Disability’ and ‘Peer Workers’ videos are a great watch for anyone interested in recruiting peer workers within their team. It is also useful for anyone wanting to learn more about intellectual disability and how to talk about it.
TIP: You do not need to watch them in order – feel free to watch one or all!
1. Introduction to WWILD & Listen Up!
Get to know more about the Listen up! Project, our goals and what we have created over the last few years!
2. Identifying Intellectual Disability
Learn from the experts about how to identify intellectual disability, the questions to ask and the things you need to consider.
3. Drivers of Violence
Get to know how we challenged some of the drivers of violence against people who have an intellectual disability through the Listen up! Project.
4. Psychoeducation Activities
Explore the activities we used in our psychoeducation workshops. All the activities were co-designed with the experts!
5. Peer Workers
Gain insight into how we recruited and supported the Listen up! peer workers. In this video, the peer workers share their thoughts and tips!
6. Co-design activities
Discover what activities were used in our co-design workshops. All the activities were co-designed with the experts!
Learn about some of the evaluation strategies we used in the Listen up! Project. In this video, the experts share their feedback and thoughts on the chosen evaluations.
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Contact numbers for support in Australia
If this podcast has upset you in any way, please reach out to get some support.
The numbers in Australia are:
- 1800 Respect – 1800 737 732
The National Sexual Assault, Family & Domestic Violence Counselling Line for any Australian who has experienced, or is at risk of, family and domestic violence and/or sexual assault.
24 hours, 7 days a week.
- Lifeline – 13 11 14
A national number which can help put you in contact with a crisis service in your state
- Kids Helpline – 1800 55 1800
Telephone, email and web counselling for children and young people.
- Relationship Australia – 1300 364 277
Support groups and counselling on relationships.
- National Disability Abuse and Neglect Hotline – 1800 880 052
An Australia-wide telephone hotline for reporting abuse and neglect of people with disability