Friendships are such a core part of the childhood experience and kids with disabilities often struggle to make and keep friends. As a parent, how can you help them to develop social skills to bolster new friendships while talking about personal safety? This fast-paced, beginner workshop will cover the basics of social media safety, defining and enforcing boundaries and concerns around puberty while maintaining personal safety.
People with developmental disabilities are often left out the conversations about sexuality and relationships. In reality, they are also sexual beings that need information and skills for making healthy decisions. As someone who works in healthcare or the disability field, you may be the person that they ask sexuality questions and similar sensitive topics. This training will help you gain knowledge about relationships and sexuality especially specific issues that people with disabilities face. We will explore personal values and attitudes and discover ways to communicate positively.
Comprehensive, fact-based educational series which will enable people with disabilities to make their own decisions
about love, sex and intimacy.
Navigating romantic relationships, sexual behavior, sex health, gender identity, sexual orientation, setting boundaries, and online dating safely will all be discussed. Lots of interactive activities and discussion.