WORKSHOP #205 – October 19 November 8, 2020

 

Human Sexuality in Every Day Life: Why Sex Ed. Matters in the Intellectual Disability Community 

 

Developed and Facilitated by Sofia Ashley,Inclusion Yukon, Whitehorse

 

When and how do we teach folks with intellectual disabilities about sex? Should we even? These are common questions for parents, caregivers and front-line staff who support folks with intellectual disabilities. In this course we'll dispel 4 common myths about sexuality and intellectual disability, develop a deeper understanding of how human sexuality intersects with our everyday life, and build a better understanding for how informed, age appropriate, and customized sex education is a necessity for overall health and wellbeing.

HUMAN SEXUALITY IN EVERY DAY LIFE – WHY SEX ED MATTERS...

C$75.00Price
registration fee
  • Sofia Ashley lives in Whitehorse, Yukon and is the facilitator of the My Life My Body program - healthy relationship and sexuality program for the intellectual disability community - through Inclusion Yukon. Sofia is a sexual health educator and certified sexuality coach and has a 15 year career in communications and marketing. She's passionate about working with people to help them understand themselves and how they relate to others in the world. She loves sparking conversations about topics that matter and helping people to understand the very big and very complex topic of human sexuality. Learn more at hsyukon.com.

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