People with intellectual and developmental disabilities are often left out of the conversation about sexuality, almost as if they are incapable of having thoughts, feelings and needs. In reality, they, too, are sexual beings who need information and skills for making healthy decisions about sexuality. This workshop is designed to help participants understand what is sexual health, learn how to have healthy relationships, know their rights and the meaning of sexual self-advocacy, and make informed choices.
Training Format/Duration: Classroom/1-3 hours
- People with disabilities, ages 18 and up
This workshop is designed to help you:
- Understand what sexual health is.
- Learn how to have healthy relationships.
- Know their rights and the meaning of sexual self-advocacy.
- Make informed choices.