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By definition, those being supported and protected in Women’s Aid refuges are both vulnerable and isolated. For many, their safety may depend upon anonymity and a significant physical distance being established between their previous circumstances and their new arrangements.

But Leanne Temporal, a family support worker at Women’s Aid, believes that tackling these sorts of issues is part of her job, which led her to reach out to New College Lanarkshire in the hope that they could work together.

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