In this report, crimes against people with disabilities are classified according to six limitations: hearing, vision, cognitive, ambulatory, self-care, and independent living.
Fire safety tips that the United States Fire Administration encourages people with disabilities and their caregivers to read and use to help protect themselves and their homes from fire.
“Lost in Public” is a five-minute video that instructs children and guardians how to use rules, role playing and praise to teach children what to do if they become lost in a public setting.
This is a training document for first responders to learn about recognizing people with autism and behaviors they may encounter.
This Resource Directory is designed to help community advocates working in the fields of crime victim assistance, disability services, law enforcement, and allied professions improve their response to victims with disabilities.
This webpage offers safety tips to parents and caregivers of children with autism.
This research article discusses the prevalence of maltreatment for children on the autism spectrum; specific risks; prevention and intervention techniques; and why ASD may increase risk for maltreatment.
This guide from the Cyberbullying Research Center defines cyberbullying and provides parents and teenagers with scripts to promote dialogue and discussion.
This fact sheet, developed by the Cyberbullying Research Center, provides tips to help teens respond to cyberbullying (also known as online bullying).
The document, developed by Co-Director Amy Goodman, provides a list of safety tips that individuals with disabilities may want to consider while walking in public.