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A Guide to Consent
, . "A Guide to Consent." American Association on Mental Retardation pp. 121. 1999. [Book] [704.aam]
Abstract:Collection of articles on the facets of consent for people with developmental disabilities.

Balancing the Power
King Akers, Dianne. "Balancing the Power." In: Creating a Crisis Center Accessible to People with Disabilities. SafePlace pp. 177. 2005. [Book] [704.ake]
Abstract:Focused on instituting changes in a center to make services accessible to people with disabilities.

Bob Tells All
Hollins, Sheila & Sinason, Valerie. "Bob Tells All." St. Georges Mental Health Library pp. 59. 1993. [Book] [704.hol]
Abstract:Story for of an developmentally disable adult overcoming sexual abuse.

Choices:
Shaman, Ellen. "Choices:." In: A Sexual Assault Prevention Workbook For Persons With Visual Impairments. Seattle Rape Relief pp. 31. 1985. [Paper/Booklet] [704.sha]
Abstract:Goal of the workbook is to reduce the risk of sexual assault for persons with disabilities by providing information about sexual assault & prevention strategies.

Choices:
Shaman, Ellen. "Choices:." In: A Sexual Assault Prevention Workbook For Persons With Physical Disabilities. Seattle Rape Relief pp. 16. 1985. [Paper/Booklet] [704.sha]
Abstract:Primary goal of the workbook is to reduce the risk of sexual assault for persons with disabilities by providing to you information about sexual assault & prevention strategies.

Choices:
Shaman, Ellen. "Choices:." In: A Sexual Assault Prevention Workbook For Persons Who Are Deaf and Hard of Hearing. Seattle Rape Relief pp. 16. 1985. [Paper/Booklet] [704.sha]
Abstract:Goal of the workbook is to reduce the risk of sexual assault for persons with disabilities by providing to you information about sexual assault & prevention strategies.

Consent Handbook for Self-Advocates and Support Staff
Terril, Cathy Ficker. "Consent Handbook for Self-Advocates and Support Staff." American Association of Mental Retardation pp. 36. 1999. [Paper/Booklet] [704.ter]
Abstract:Provides details on the legal issues of consent.

Counseling People with Development Disabilities who Have Been Sexually Abused
Mansell, Sheila & Sobsey, Dick. "Counseling People with Development Disabilities who Have Been Sexually Abused." NADD pp. 302. 2001. [Book] [704.man]
Abstract:Book is divided into four parts covering everything from patterns and effects of sexual abuse to the treatment of victims of sexual abuse.

Doing What comes Naturally?
Anderson, Orieda Horn. "Doing What comes Naturally?." In: Dispelling Myths and Fallacies about Sexuality and People with Developmental Disabilities. High Tide Press pp. 119. 2000. [Book] [704.and]
Abstract:Challenges common beliefs about the sexuality of people with developmental disabilities and shows caretakers how to help them meet the social-sexual needs of the people they love and serve.

Genesis: In the Beginning
Anderson, Orieda Horn & Paceley, Shirley. "Genesis: In the Beginning." In: Breaking the Cycle of Sexual Abuse. High Tide Press pp. 81. 2000. [Book] [704.and]
Abstract:Guide for parents, teachers and others who are interested in the prevention of sexual abuse of children with disabilities.

Illinois Voices
, . "Illinois Voices." In: Changing Attitudes, Changing Lives. Blue Tower Training 2006. [Video] []
Abstract:The voices of more than 20 persons with developmental disabilities speak about their lives and about changes they would like to see in the world.

IMPACT
, . "IMPACT." In: Violence Against Women with Developmental or Other Disabilities. University of Minnesota pp. 35. 2000. [Magazine] [704.gay]
Abstract:Collection of articles from a magazine issue, including how to make sexual assault services accessible to people with disabilities.

My Body ... My Choice
Paceley, Shirley. "My Body ... My Choice." Blue Tower Training Center pp. 34. 2001. [Book] [704.pac]
Abstract:For teenagers and adults with developmental disabilities that empowers them to protect themselves from unwanted touching and sexual abuse.

No Pity
Shapiro, Joseph. "No Pity." In: People with Disabilities Forging a New Civil Rights Movement. Three Rivers Press pp. 382. 1994. [Book] [704.sha]
Abstract:A look at the social and political barriers that deny disabled people their most basic rights.

No! How!
, . "No! How!." Diverse City Press 1998. [Video] []
Abstract:Video was written, produced, directed and acted by people with disabilities. It speaks about boundaries, body parts, saying No, making decisions, rights and safe people.

Partners in Social Change
, . "Partners in Social Change." In: Working with the media. Washington Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs pp. 16. 2005. [Journal Article] [203.was]
Abstract:Variety of articles on working with the media, including media education, the media and people with disabilities, hip hop and its portrayal of sexual violence.

Persons with Disabilities and You
, . "Persons with Disabilities and You." In: A Resource Manual On Disabilities. State of Illinois pp. 25. 1991. [Paper/Booklet] [704.ill]
Abstract:A comprehensive awareness training for the general public, dealing with the relationship between persons with disabilities and other members of society.

Researching Sexual Violence in the Deaf Community
Obinna, Jennifer. "Researching Sexual Violence in the Deaf Community." Sexual Assault Report pp. 4. V. 8.2005. [Journal Article] [704.obi]
Abstract:Article on research into prevalence and impact of sexual violence in deaf community.

Safe Beginnings
Anderson, Orieda Horn & Paceley, Shirley. "Safe Beginnings." In: Protecting our Children from Sexual Abuse. Blue Tower Training Center pp. 183. 2003. [Book] [600.and]
Abstract:A how-to book that can help reduce the risk of sexual abuse for all children.

The Cove Project:
Zogas, Georgeann. "The Cove Project:." In: Cross-System Sexual Assault Services to Persons Who are Developmentally Disabled or Diagnosed as Men. Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape pp. 47. 1993. [Document] [704.zog]
Abstract:Training manual for providing services to all persons who are developmentally disabled or diagnosed as mentally ill and are victims of sexual assault/abuse.

The Power Inside
Walker, Amy. "The Power Inside." In: A skit about personal power. Blue Tower Training Center pp. 17. 2005. [Book] [704.wal]
Abstract:Book to encourage empowerment among people living in group homes.

Transcending Silence
, . "Transcending Silence." In: A series about speaking out and taking action in our communities. Wisconsin Coalition Against Sexual Assault pp. 78. 2001. [Paper/Booklet] [707.wis]
Abstract:Series includes a booklet on on sexual assault and people with disabilities, the elderly, people with physical or sensory disabilities and people with psychiatric disabilities. Produced by the Wisconsin Coalition Against Sexual Assault.

Unruly Bodies
Mintz, Susannah. "Unruly Bodies." In: LIfe Writing by Women with Disabilities. University of North Carolina Press pp. 250. 2007. [Book] [711.min]
Abstract:Critical study of personal narrative by women with disabilities.

Widening The Circle
, . "Widening The Circle." In: Sexual Assault/Abuse and People with Disabilities and the Elderly. Wisconsin Coalition Against Sexual Assault, Inc. pp. 157. 1998. [Book] [704.wis]
Abstract:Manual & video project to begin and/or to enhance our acknowledgement of & response to sexual violence throughout our communities, especially involving people who traditionally have not received our focus.

Will lightning strike if we tell the truth?
Brouner, Joelle. "Will lightning strike if we tell the truth?." In: Rape, disability and other conversations to avoid in polite company. Resource Sharing Project pp. 4. 2004. [Document] [704.bro]
Abstract:Featured article in RESHAPE, newsletter of the sexual assault coalition resource sharing project.

Wings to Fly
Bailey, Sally Dorothy. "Wings to Fly." In: Bringing Theatre Arts to Students with Special Needs. Woodbine House pp. 409. 1993. [Book] [704.bai]
Abstract:Comprehensive nuts and bolts handbook for special education and drama teachers.

Working with Abuse Survivors:
Myers, Leslie A.. "Working with Abuse Survivors:." In: A Guide for Independent Living Centers. Independence First pp. 104. 1999. [Document] [707.mye]
Abstract:Guide for working with abuse survivors with disabilities.

Your Safety . . . Your Rights
Pease, Terri & Frantz, Beverly. "Your Safety . . . Your Rights." In: Personal Safety & Abuse Prevention Education Program to Empower Adults with Disabilities & Train Ser. Network of Victim Assistance pp. 104. 1994. [Document] [704.pea]
Abstract:Developed to teach individuals with disabilities the skills they need to help keep them out of potentially dangerous situations & to familiarize them with their rights.

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