DAIS works throughout the Dane County community to raise awareness of the impact and root causes of Domestic Violence (DV) and Intimate Partner Violence (IPV). We provide a variety of community education presentations and workshops to any audience looking to learn more about different topics related to Domestic Violence and Intimate Partner Violence. Audiences can range from faith-based groups, to identity organizations, to civic organizations. These community education presentations and workshops include topics such as, but not limited to; how to identify signs of abuse, how to support a survivor, an overview of DAIS services and how we can help, and community resources. These presentations are offered at no cost.
DAIS is happy to work with your group to customize your experience. We aim to tailor each presentation to best fit the needs of each group we speak with. Each presentation, workshop, or training can be fully customized for your group.
DAIS presentations are also designed to meet the needs of all learners. Each workshop utilizes different learning styles and uses a combination of individual reflection, partner work, group work, discussions, videos, simulations, survivor stories, music, etc. to engage all participants. The age and cognitive development of participants is also foundational to the development of our educational offerings.
To request a speaker or trainer, email DAIS at email@example.com
We ask that you schedule at least one month prior to your event date. We do our best to accommodate all requests, but please note our ability to confirm your request depends on staff ability.
Once we receive your email, you will be asked to fill out a Community Awareness and Prevention Education (CAPE) Interest Form that will help us tailor your presentation to best fit the needs of your group.
Community Education Presentations, and Workshops:
DAIS works throughout the Dane County community to raise awareness about domestic violence and promote healthy relationships through trainings and workshops in educational, professional, and group settings. At DAIS, we call our portfolio of presentations Community Awareness and Prevention Education (CAPE).
Individual Classroom Presentations: K-12
Various topics can be explored in a classroom setting such as but not limited to, healthy relationships, Teen Dating Violence (TDV), and bodily autonomy and consent.
Professional Training/Skills Building:
DAIS offers professional and skill-based trainings for a variety of professions that provide direct service to victims and survivors of Domestic Violence. We offer specialized trainings on the identification, intervention, and prevention of Domestic Violence in a range of different sectors including, but not limited to, health care settings, law enforcement, non-profits, cosmetology, and professional development for educators.