Bodies, Boundaries and Behavior: Educators, Parents and Young Adults
Disclaimer: Sensitive sexual content and explicit depictions of human anatomy will be discussed. Such content should be handled with respectful and responsible behavior when engaging in conversations.
This conference is designed to help adults (educators, parents/guardians) become more comfortable and confident addressing sexuality issues and supporting healthy sexuality in young adult students with intellectual/developmental disabilities. Content will include the following sessions:
- Bodies, Boundaries and Sexuality: Supporting Sexuality in Individuals with I/DD
- Don't Cross the Line! Navigating Boundary Confusion in your child with Down Syndrome
-People in My Life
-Boundaries in Relationships
The sessions will review key foundational concepts, provide classroom activities, resources and ideas for supporting healthy sexuality at home, school, and in the community.
General Education teachers and campus administrators, Special education teachers, special education staff (paraprofessionals, supervisors, related service providers, directors, etc.), and young adults with disabilities and their parents.
Diversity and Special Needs Populations
TTESS 1.3 Knowledge of Students
TTESS 2.2 Content Knowledge and Expertise
...There are no COOPs...
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