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Bullying, abuse, domestic and family violence – how and where to get help

During the coronavirus pandemic, we have all been asked to stay at home to keep safe. Unfortunately, this means that people with disability could be more vulnerable than ever to violence, bullying and abuse.

IDEAS has put together a list of organisations you can call for help, apps to support you and web resources to find out more information. This includes eSafety's Online Safety Checklist if the abuse is happening online. And a Checklist for Friends and Family who may need to support someone that is being followed, stalked or controlled through social media or their devices.

IDEAS stands for Information on Disability, Education and Awareness Services. They are run by people with disability for people with disability and provide disability information services for free.

Original resource 

IDEAS website

23 June 2020
Applies to all states