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Domestic Violence Awareness

This is a mixed pack – the presentations look at domestic violence in general, the effects on children/development, problems facing older people, statistics, an overview of the entire range of services available AND a presentation that can be used for anyone –raising awareness of domestic violence.

6 PowerPoint presentations, 18 handouts (Word documents printable from the CD) and 3 end of session assessments.

PowerPoint Presentation 1 – An Introduction to Domestic Violence (22 slides) 22 slide teaching presentation with Word document handout that follows the presentation.

Aims and Objectives slide: This session gives an overview of domestic violence By the end of the session you will have an awareness of the impact of domestic violence You will also gain an understanding of: What domestic violence is Types of domestic violence How prevalent it is Why it occurs (power and control) Who it affects You will demonstrate your understanding in an end of session assessment

  • Slide Titles: Aims and Objectives Introduction Impact and Dynamics ( slides) What is Domestic Violence? Statistics (2 slides) Domestic Violence and Substance Abuse Power and Control The Power and Control Model of an Abusive Relationship Physical Violence Non-Physical Violence Issues Around Leaving (2 slides) Personal Unique Experiences ( 2 slides) Terminology Domestic Violence in Context Summary References (2 slides)

PowerPoint Presentation 2 – Help and Support Available (Professional Interventions, Help and Services Awareness)

56 slide teaching presentation with Word document handout that follows the presentation.

Aims and Objectives Slide: This session gives an overview of the help and services available to victims of domestic violence By the end of the session you will have an awareness of: Specific organisations involved Current government strategy Specialist services and processes

  • Slide titles: Aims and Objective Introduction (2 slides) Help and Support – Introduction Help and Support National Domestic Violence Women’s Aid Men’s Advice Line Mankind and Broken Rainbow NSPCC, Barnardo’s and AEA Minority and Ethnic Groups (3 slides) Samaritans Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales – Emergency Injunctions Background ‘Violence Against Women and Girls’ (VAWG) Specialist Services ‘Violence Against Women and Girls’ (VAWG) ( 2 slides) Procedures and Support Services Explained MARACS Aims of a MARAC Role of the MARAC Agencies That May Be Involved MARAC Process ( 2 slides) Other Interventions Independent Domestic Violence Advisers (IDVAs) – 2 slides Role of the IDVA – 3 slides Independent Sexual Violence Advisors (ISVAs) Sexual Assault Referral Centres (4 slides) Local Domestic Violence Refuge, Resettlement And Outreach Services (6 slides) Witness Care Units – Trials Victim Support – 5 slides Victim Support and the Witness Service ( 2 slides) Summary References (3 slides)

PowerPoint Presentation 3 – Domestic Violence and Older People (focuses on women) – 36 slides

36 slide teaching presentation with Word document handout that follows the presentation.

Aims and Objectives slide: This session gives a summary of the literature concerning domestic violence and older people By the end of the session you will have an awareness of: The particular difficulties facing older women living with domestic violence Why older women are reluctant to disclose Implications and action required by health and social care services You will also gain an overview of domestic violence and why it can be confused with elder abuse You will demonstrate your understanding in an end of session assessment

  • Slide Titles: Aims and Objectives Introduction (2 slides) Identification and Disclosure Identification and Disclosure – Research (2 slides) Disclosure - Stigma and Shame Non-Disclosure Professionals’ Awareness Domestic Violence and Older Women Late Onset Domestic Violence Taking Action – Particular Difficulties (lack of knowledge available) Taking Action – Particular Difficulties (life changes – ‘stresses’) Taking Action – Particular Difficulties (life changes – ‘Disability or physical frailty’) Taking Action – Particular Difficulties (life changes – ‘Fear of the consequences’) Taking Action – Particular Difficulties (life changes – ‘Fear of financial insecurity’) Taking Action – Particular Difficulties (life changes – ‘Leaving the home’) Taking Action – Particular Difficulties (life changes – ‘Responses of family members and adult children’) Taking Action – Particular Difficulties (life changes – ‘Professional responses’) Taking Action – Particular Difficulties (life changes – ‘Vulnerable Adults’) Taking Action – Particular Difficulties (life changes – ‘Inadequacy of services’) Types of Abuse Long-Term Effects on Older Women (3 slides) Implications for Health and Social Care Services (4 slides) References (6 slides)

PowerPoint Presentation 4 – Domestic Violence – Effects on Children – 27 slides

27 slide teaching presentation with Word document handout that follows the presentation.

Aims and Objectives: This session gives an overview of the effects of domestic violence on child development By the end of the session you will have an awareness of: Harm risks to children Consequences of exposure Statistics and outcome risks Effects on the child Effects on the child-care giver relationship You will demonstrate your understanding in an end of session assessment

  • Slide Titles: Aims and Objectives Introduction (2 slides) Definition of Domestic Violence The Context of Victims The Impact of Domestic Violence (2 slides) Consequences Some Statistics Outcome Risks Effects (3 sides) Risk Taking Behaviour Conduct and Criminality Relationship with Caregiver Direct Attacks (Mother-Child Relationship) – 2 slides Attachment Theory and DV In Perspective ‘Call to End Violence against Women and Girls’ Early Intervention Summary References and Further Reading – 4 slides

PowerPoint Presentation 5 – Statistics – 21 slides

21 slide teaching presentation with Word document handout that follows the presentation.

  • Slide titles: Introduction (2 slides) National Context 2008/09 British Crime Survey (BCS) Women’s Aid British Crime Survey British Crime Survey – Limitations British Crime Survey (2 slides) Reports to Police Research Research – Older People Teenage Relationships NSPCC (2009) Children and Young People NSPCC (2009) Young People and Intimacy NSPCC (2009) Young People and Relationships Domestic Violence and Pregnancy Domestic Violence In Perspective References (3 slides)

PowerPoint Presentation 6 – Could you be a Victim? - 39 slides 39 slide teaching presentation with Word document handout that follows the presentation.

  • Slide titles: Introduction What is Violence? What To Do (2 slides) What is Domestic Violence? (2 further slides) Sexual Harassment and Stalking Behaviour Domestic Violence/Honour Based Violence Domestic Violence (definition) Rape and Sexual Abuse (4 slides) People From Abroad (3 slides) Applying To Settle in UK (3 slides) Honour Based Violence/Abuse (HBV) – 4 slides Forced Marriage (5 slides) Dowry Abuse Female Genital Mutilation Cutting (FGM) ( 3 slides) Help and Advice (2 slides) Leaving an Abusive Relationship (2 slides) References

Full list of Word documents:

  • Abbreviations Handout,CAFCASS (what is) Handout, Domestic Violence Awareness (Could it happen to you) Handout (follows presentation), Effects on Children Handout (follows presentation), Help and Support Available Handout (follows presentation), Independent Domestic Violence Advisors (what is) Handout, Independent Sexual Violence Advisors (what is) Handout, Introduction to DV Handout (follows presentation), Legislation Handout LSCBs (what are) Handout, MAPPAs (what are) Handout MARACS (what are) Handout Older People Handout (follow presentation) Phone Numbers _Websites Handout References and Further Reading Handout Safeguarding Children DV Handout (follows presentation) Sexual Assault Referral Centres (what are) Handout , Statistics Handout (follows presentation), Victim Support Units (what are) Handout ,THREE End of session assessments - Effects on Children End of Session Assessment, Introduction to Domestic Violence End of Session Assessment, Older People End of Session Assessment

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