The safety planning booklet was designed for children ages 3-5. The overreaching goals of this booklet include: The child and parents will learn how to develop a safety plan on a developmental level appropriate for the child’s age. Identification of “mad” feelings, in a developmentally appropriate…
The Power and Control Wheel is a tool that helps explain the different ways an abusive partner can use power and control to manipulate a relationship. Social workers can use it to help a victim recognise any of the warning signs in their own relationship.
The tool enables practitioners to assess the level of risks to children from male and female domestic abuse. The sheet contains a list of risk factors, vulnerabilities and protective factors which helps practitioners recognise whether a child is at moderate, serious or severe risk.
The Equality Wheel describes the qualities involved in healthy relationships. The Equality Wheel shows the changes needed for men who batter to move from being abusive to non-violent partnership. It is best used with the Duluth Power and Control Wheel.