A paper from Central Manchester Women's Aid
(doc file. 35kb)
Katherine's domestic violence One Page Profile
(pdf file. 98kb)
Tammy's domestic violence One Page Profile
(pdf file. 617kb)
Central Manchester women's aid offers shelter and advice to women who are survivors of domestic abuse. Many of the women attend The Friday drop in session where, as well as accessing support from the project workers, they also have an opportunity to sit together around the dining table and eat home cooked food. This creates a warm and informal environment where the women and their children relax in safety over a cup of tea and a curry.
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Katherine has developed a retrospective one page profile of her experience with domestic violence almost 20 years ago. In Alberta Canada, Katherine and her team will be working with people who are experiencing homelessness and most of the families will be referred from the women's shelter. Katherine's one page profile will be part of an introduction information package.
Tammy has developed a One Page Profile of her recent experience with domestic violence. Tammy also has developed a retrospective look at what was working/not working in the marriage to assist her in decision making. In the United States, Tammy will be working with people who experience violence referred from local women's shelters and in her work with people who have Developmental Disabilities.
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