Research and report outcomes
For more detailed information about the program, two associated reports are available for download:
'Real people, Core business: report on the development of a peer led violence and abuse prevention program for people with an intellectual disability'
Read on DRO
Network site contact details
Currently there are SL&RR network sites in the following areas. You can click on each site to learn more.
There are other network sites in NSW and Victoria which are currently under development. You can contact us to talk about areas which are not mentioned here.
More information on SL&RR in Central Victoria coming soon. To learn more about the Bendigo local network you can contact:
Community Health Nurse, Bendigo Community Health Services
+61 3 5448 1600
More information on SL&RR in Western Melbourne is coming soon. To learn more about the Melbourne West local network you can contact:
Health Promotion Officer, Cohealth
+61 3 9680 1136
SL&RR Barwon is gearing up to offer several program opportunities in 2017. For more information you can contact:
+61 3 5249 8900
More information on SL&RR in Gippsland is coming soon. To learn more about the Gippsland local network you can contact:
Rural Access Project Officer, South Gippsland Shire Council
+61 3 5662 9376
SL&RR Mornington Peninsula is gearing up to offer several program opportunities in 2017. For more information you can contact:
Metro Access worker, Mornington Peninsula Shire
+61 3 5950 1630
SL&RR Melbourne North is gearing up to offer several program opportunities in 2017. For more information you can contact:
Health Promotion Officer, cohealth
+61 3 8398 4199
Sydney West and Sydney South West
SL&RR is being run in trial sites in Sydney West and Sydney South West in early 2017. If you would like more information you can contact:
Multicultural Disability Advocacy Association
+61 2 9891 6400
SL&RR PD Day
Deakin Downtown, Melbourne
25 October 2017
PD Day is a chance for trained Peer Educators and Program Partners from across our sites to gather together, meet each other and create networks.
The theme of the day is ‘working together’ and will include a workshop from an external facilitator on how we can continue to improve our group work and facilitation skills.
The PD day is free but registration must be received by 13 September by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Having a Say Conference
Geelong, Victoria, February 2017
Presentation by Linda Stokoe, Emily Ardley, Rebecca Davie, Victoria Cini and Amie O’Shea.
Sex, sexuality and the rights of people with a disability forum
Melbourne University, April 2017
Presentation by Linda Stokoe and Patsie Frawley
Family Planning Victoria: The Pleasure Agenda
Melbourne, May 2017
Presentation by Patsie Frawley
Centre for Excellence in Rural Sexual Health; SEXrurality conference
Lancefield, Victoria, August 2017
Keynote plenary presentation by Amie O’Shea, Victoria Cini and Emily Ardley and peer to peer workshop by peer educators and program partners from across the networks.
Deakin University Sexuality Educators Course
Deakin, September 2017
Guest Lectures – Health and Physical Education
Deakin University, July 18, 19 and 21
Presentations by Patsie Frawley.
Pacific Rim International Conference on Disability and Diversity
Hawaii, USA, October 2017
Professional Development Day - SL&RR, Working Together
Deakin Downtown, Melbourne, October 25
Employing the experts: Sexual lives and respectful relationships peer educators at Deakin University
Centre for Health through Action on Social Exclusion forum
Melbourne, November 2017
SL&RR is always growing and looking for new people to participate. If you would like to set up a local SL&RR site network, and would like more information, feel free to get in touch.