Sexual Education for Individuals with Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities
Posted on March 16
Are you a sexuality or health educator looking to broaden the scope of your knowledge? Are you a self-advocate interested in accessing resources for your organization to approach and discuss sexuality? Join The Sexuality and Intellectual/Developmental Disability Community Forum for a roundtable discussion about sexual health advocacy, talking to families about sexuality, and sharing resources related to sexuality education. Linda Sandman, Clinical Director of the Developmental Disabilities Family Clinics will be presenting on the importance of education for people with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities.
The Sexuality and Disability Consortium (SDC) works to provide advocacy, training, research, and education to support people with disabilities to enhance healthy sexuality and relationships. SDC promotes best practice approaches for people with disabilities, families, professionals, and policy makers.
Registration for this event is $10 and includes lunch and resource packets. For more information, or to register, please contact Katie Arnold (312) 996-1002 or Carli Friedman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Date: Friday April 13th
Location: University of Illinois-Chicago, 1640 W. Roosevelt Road, Chicago, IL