Domestic violence and abuse: how one nurse’s innovation is supporting people with learning disabilities
People with learning disabilities are especially vulnerable to domestic violence and abuse, and nurses can play a vital role in helping them
- Nurses have a responsibility to help people who experience domestic violence and abuse
- A nurse has designed an informative card for people with learning disabilities about domestic violence and abuse and help available
- Learn about what constitutes domestic violence and abuse, and how abusive relationships can develop
When primary care liaison nurse Sarah Atkinson discovered a client's history of domestic violence and abuse, she knew she had to find a way of helping her.
‘There was a note saying long-term
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