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This month, Founder of the Natalie Project, Julie Neward, shares her story, discusses statistics and causes of sexual assault in the disability community and tells us about how we can advocate for change with our siblings.
PLEASE NOTE: This podcast episode is about sexual assault and may contain content that is unsuitable for listeners under the age of 18 and may contain triggers for some listeners. Listener discretion is advised.
I really do want to lean on our sib community to take action on this issue, because at the end of the day…we [siblings] will most likely have to face the issue of sexual abuse given the staggering numbers.” —Julie Neward
You can stream this episode on any of these outlets:
- Apple Music
- Google Podcasts
- Amazon Music
- Podcast Addict
- Player FM
- Podcast Index
Resources in this episode:
- the Natalie Project
- Contact Julie Neward at firstname.lastname@example.org
- The Disability Without Abuse Project
- NPR Series: Abused and Betrayed
- Combating Violence and Abuse of People with Disabilities: A Call to Action by Nancy Fitzsimons M.S.W. Ph.D.
- The Rape, Abuse, & Incest National Network: Sexual Abuse of People with Disabilities
- The Rape, Abuse, & Incest National Network: Recovering from Sexual Violence
- Right Care Now Project
- Options for All Productions
- Pediatric Epilepsy Surgery Alliance
- Diana Pastora Carson, M.Ed.
- Mad Hatter Wellness
- Sexuality for All Abilities 1st Edition by Katie Thune and Molly Gage
- Nicky’s Law
- Disability Rights California
- California Self-Determination Program Network
- Tarana J. Burke and the Me Too movement
- Kelly’s Hollywood Film
Music Credit: Hope by Scandinavianz | https://soundcloud.com/scandinavianz
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