Victims With Disabilities Face Unique Challenges (Copyright © National Center for Victims of Crime)
Publication Year: 2006
Type: Online Publication, 4 pages
This article discusses the unique challenges facing people with disabilities who are stalked or abused. It talks about the prevalence of stalking and abuse among women with disabilities, describes how an abuser might manipulate a person with a disability, and explains why protection from an abuser can be hard for women with disabilities to get.
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