Disability, Attendant Services, and Sexuality: Peer Facilitator Training
Do you believe that sexuality is an integral part of all our lives, including people with disabilities and the people who provide attendant/personal support?Do you use attendant services or provide attendant/support services?Do you want to learn more and support others to learn more about sexual rights and responsibilities in the context of attendant support services?Are you comfortable facilitating group conversations about sexuality?The Sexuality and Access Project in Canada is offering a free, two-day training (Sudbury, Kitchener/Waterloo, Toronto) intended to support community members, like yourself to create meaningful conversations about sexuality and disability with others in your community.If you want to learn more about how to get those conversation started or facilitating workshops about sexual health, safety, and pleasure, then this training is for YOU!
- Learn about, and engage in, conversations about sexuality and disability.
- Discover how others have worked collaboratively to create opportunities for people to realize the range of sexual expression.
- Address issues of sexuality and sexual safety in a way that respects both workplace safety and reflects individual and social justice.
The Sexuality and Access Project is a project of Springtide ResourcesGenerously funded by the Ontario Trillium FoundationFor more information on how to register for the training contact:Cory SilverbergEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgTel: 416-358-4090Skype: sexuality-access-project