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1. Quiz #2

* 1. your full name:

* 2. Email Address:

* 3. Program:

* 4. In reading Disability Gulag, what was the most interesting or new thing that you learned?

* 5. From the Disability Gulag essay, give an example how a policy or practice that was supposed to provide care and protection actually resulted in isolation and loss of control for people with disabilities.

* 6. In Disability Gulag, the author says she learned early that “privilege doesn’t always last.” Think of three ways that loss of privilege or power could affect the decision of a person with a disability when deciding whether or not to leave an abuser.

7. If you provide direct services to survivors, what was the most relevant practical piece of information you got from the Disability Gulag that you will apply to your work?

8. What are three reasons why a person with a disability may not want to disclose they have experienced abuse?

* 9. Would your program provide shelter services to a domestic violence victim whose abuser is her personal assistant (not her husband, boyfriend, or girlfriend)?

* 10. If someone is seeking shelter and she needs personal assistance services, how would your program meet her needs?

* 11. Provide three examples of abusive tactics that survivors with disabilities experience that are different from survivors without disabilities.