Five Ways To Make Sexual Assault Services More Accessible Using Assistive Technology
People with disabilities and people who are Deaf or hard-of-hearing experience high rates of sexual violence. If our agencies are not accessible, these survivors can face additional barriers to safety and healing. Assistive technology can be a critical component in ensuring that sexual assault programs provide accessible services for all victims of sexual violence. This 3 page article provides five steps sexual assault programs can take to increase safety and accessibility for survivors by using assistive technology.
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