Easy English

Everyone has a right to be provided with clear, concise, and accurate information when accessing services, including people with intellectual disabilities.

These Easy English information sheets about Domestic and Family Violence Orders are freely available to download.

Easy English Information About Domestic and Family Violence Orders

Click to download:

What is a Domestic Violence Order? (PDF 524kb)
Going to Court for a Domestic Violence Order – Aggrieved (PDF 852kb)
Going to Court for a Domestic Violence Order – Respondent (PDF 752kb)

For workers and support people, please download the following resources:

For Workers – How to use Easy English Resources (PDF 150kb)
For Workers – Identifying Intellectual Disability (PDF 249kb)
Identifying Intellectual Disability training video: https://youtu.be/ZCNz3WM-V2kLink to external page

About these resources

WWILD Sexual Violence Prevention Association Inc. with Queensland Community Foundation and Building Capacity Funding, Department of Justice and Attorney General Qld have created Easy English client documents for all services in violence prevention and support sectors.

Easy English resources like these, assist people with low literacy and intellectual disability to make informed decisions and provide informed consent in relation to accessing support services.

They were co- created with a group of people with intellectual disability, and with input from violence support services and cultural consultants.

For more information, visit: WWILD Sexual Violence Prevention Association Inc. Link to external page

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