Attleboro Enterprises Inc., October 18th, 2017. Free. Certified Sexuality Educators will geared this informal discussion towards parents and caregivers on how to discuss sexuality and relationships with loved, touching an an often an awkward and uncomfortable topic, but it is crucial that it be addressed. I
* Individuals with disabilities are at greater risk of abuse and are at risk for negative interactions with law enforcement because they are often not informed about social expectations and appropriate behavior.
* Education on this subject should start young and continue as our loved ones age.
Topics will include:
● Communication ● Safety ● Privacy
● Advocacy ● Abuse Prevention ● Consent
Presenters will provide tips on how to have these conversations regarding sexuality, as uncomfortable as they may be. Questions and discussion are encouraged.
RSVP are required to Katie Deptula via e-mail email@example.com or (508) 226-1445 x3104 or visit www.arcnbc.org/
About the speakers: They are Certified Sexuality Educators through Planned Parenthood and have received certification in Human Sexuality, Relationships, and Social Skills through the Department of Developmental Services.