Webinar: What, wait? You want me to talk about sexuality at Project SEARCH? Talking one-on-one with Individual with IDD about Sexuality and Relation
Tuesday, February 12, 2019
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Healthy relationship boundaries in the workplace is an important skill for us all. We are seeing more and more examples in our culture of those who have crossed workplace lines. Even though people with intellectual and developmental disabilities are sexual beings, just like everyone, they also need the information and skills to navigate these waters and learn what’s okay and not okay in the work setting. This workshop will explore tips and tools for addressing sexuality one-on-one with our interns. We will explore why this topic can be difficult to approach and useful tools that will help you become more comfortable and confident and communicate about this sensitive topic.
Katherine McLaughlin, M.Ed. is a national expert and trains individuals, staff, and parents on sexuality and developmental disabilities. She teaches sexuality education to people with DD/ID as well as trains them to be peer sexuality educators themselves. Katherine is the author of an agency and school curriculum: Sexuality Education for People with Developmental Disabilities, and has developed two online courses; one to train professionals, Developmental Disability and Sexuality 101, and one for parents: Talking to Your Kids: Developmental Disabilities and Sexuality. Katherine has spent her career trying to elevate the status of all people, which is why the new name for her growing company is Elevatus Training.
Contact Katherine www.elevatustraining.com
There is no cost for these webinars.
CEUs are not offered for these webinars.
For disability accommodations email Jasmina Sisirak (email@example.com) at least 10 days before the webinars.
This webinar is part of the Project SEARCH and HealthMatters Program 2019 Employment, Health, and Wellness Webinar Series
The webinars are hosted by the HealthMatters ProgramTM in partnership with Project SEARCH® and funded by The Rehabilitation Research and Training Center on Developmental Disabilities and Health (RRTCDD). The RRTCDD is funded through United States Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Community Living (ACL), National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research (NIDILRR), Grant # 90RT5020-01-00, and a grant from the Ohio Developmental Disabilities Council.