Learning Disabilities and Autism
The Us Too project was delivered by Arc from 2019-2021 and involved working with women with learning disabilities and autism who had experienced domestic abuse.
Two guidance documents were developed by the project group and quality assured by Cambs DASV - there is a guide for domestic abuse and sexual violence services when working with victims/survivors with LD and Autism and also a guide for social care (which can also be used by Health services)
Both documents can be accessed below
Below are versions of our leaflets in Easy Read format created in Partnership with VoiceAbility - they may be suitable for people with learning disabilities.
We also have an Accessible version that may be helpful for people with communication or literacy challenges.
Opening Closed Doors is about Domestic Abuse
Self Help Guide is about recovering from sexual violence
Deaf survivors of domestic abuse
Locally, Cambridgeshire Deaf Association run The Freedom Programme in BSL.  For more information please visit Freedom Programme (Domestic Abuse Course for Deaf Women) – CDA (cambsdeaf.org)
National organisation Deaf Hope have a range of resources as well as a national hotline (available 9-5 Monday -Friday) DeafHope – Together We Can End Violence (deaf-hope.org)  
Contact the Deaf hotline nationaldeafhotline@adwas.org VP: 855.812.1001