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Silence about personal boundaries, consent, right to privacy, and other sexual matters may only deepen the risk of abuse or simply contribute to unnecessary anxieties or problematic social and sexual behaviours.
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It cannot be overstated that people with disabilities are often placed in a position of dependency on others and that this raises the risk of restrictive practices and abuse of various kinds, including sexual abuse.
Referrals to services for interventions regarding sexuality issues most commonly relate to problematic sexual behaviours in people with intellectual disability, autism spectrum disorder or acquired brain injury.