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Violence Against Women – Guidelines for Professionals

It is widely acknowledged that women experiencing domestic abuse and/or sexual abuse frequently also experience a range of other health and social problems.  Women presenting with a health care or social welfare issue may not always disclose domestic and/or sexual abuse as a problem, but in the course of the consultations, these issues may come to light.  Within this context, it is important that personnel working in these agencies are able to RECOGNISE signs and indicators of abuse; know how to RESPOND appropriately to a disclosure of abuse and make an appropriate REFERRAL.
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News & Events

  • Training

    Posted on 1st February 2016

    ADAPT Domestic Abuse Services, Limerick will hold a 1-Day course UNDERSTANDING DOMESTIC ABUSE on Wednesday 23rd March 2016 Application forms…

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  • Northside FRC supports the Purple Up campaign

    Posted on 7th December 2015

    [caption id="attachment_712" align="alignnone" width="300" caption="Stephanie, Marie, Margaret with Deirdre from ADAPT"][/caption] Read more »