NOTE: Please note that all trainings and workshops are cancelled, with the exception of Emergency First Aid/CPR and the Inclusion Workshop, as a preventative measure to minimize the possible spread of COVID-19. Please visit our COVID-19 page for updates.
Due to the confidential and private nature of this training, we will not be hosting online training for Sex Talks at this time. We would be unable to ensure the safety and privacy of all participants. We look forward to getting this up and running again once it is safe to do so in person. If you have any questions or need support right away please reach out to Cheryl at firstname.lastname@example.org and she can try to help and get you connected to the support that you need. Thank you for your understanding.
Sex Talks is a workshop series all about sexual health and relationships. We talk about consent and boundaries, gender and sexuality, masturbation, staying safe online and more. All questions are good questions and you will have time to ask about anything you want.
Sex Talks is a series of one-hour workshops, over six consecutive weeks. It is designed for people 16+ who have a developmental and/or physical disability, and is delivered in partnership with SHORE Centre and ACCKWA. People under the age of 18 will receive a caregiver/guardian consent form to be signed before the series begins. This workshop is also open to all community members 16 years of age or older.
Cheryl Fuller (she/her) – Extend-A-Family Waterloo Region
Rached Gmitrowicz (they/him) – SHORE Centre
Note: If you are entering the building outside of regular office hours (Monday-Friday 9:00am – 4:30pm), please ring the doorbell to the left of the door closest to the parking lot, and we will come to let you in.
Online: please fill out the form in the sidebar to the right.
In person: please call our office at 519-741-0190 or visit 91 Moore Ave. Kitchener, N2H 3S4.
Please read this important Training Information sheet before registering.
Who is this workshop for?
This workshop is geared towards an adult audience. It is designed for people over 16 years of age who are living with a disability, Direct Support People, employees in developmental services, families and community members.