Talking about Sexuality – Caregivers and Families
At various points, we all have questions about our bodies, about sex and about love. So what happens when you are the person being asked for advice?
Talking About Sexuality is a workshop that will talk about sex, masturbation, dating and other related topics. We will have an opportunity to discuss our fears, concerns, values and understand our role as caregivers in the development of healthy sexuality.
This 2-hour workshop is geared towards caregivers/parents/guardians of people with developmental and/or physical disabilities, and is open to all community members. Talking About Sexuality is delivered in partnership with 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 families and an adult audience. It is designed for families who care for and support someone with a disability, Direct Support People, employees in developmental services, adults who receive support and community members.