|13 October/octobre 2012|
|Event/Activité||Susan Ludwig- Sexuality and You: Talking to your kids in meaningful and consistent way about sexuality|
|Location/Endroit||2 Edge Street |
|Chapter / Chapitre||Brant|
|Category / Catégorie||Workshop/Speaker Event|
|There are ways to help parents become more confident in their ability to discuss a consistent message about sexuality. One is to clarify the scope of sexuality and its place in relationships, and understand some principles that support learning for teens. Another is to offer a safe environment in which people can rehearse simple sexuality lessons - an environment in which people can ask questions about which they do not have accurate information or which they would have difficulty answering. Finally, it can be helpful to invite people to reflect on the aspects of sexuality education in which they are already successful. This workshop is designed to offer participants information about comprehensive sexuality education and will be a forum for discussing how this can best be offered to the person for and about whom they care. Participants will have the opportunity to network with other families to ensure that sexuality education is available to their teens.
Presenter Biography: Susan Ludwig has been teaching sexuality to people who live with disability for 25 years. She has facilitated workshops for students, clients, parents, teachers, social workers and care providers in Ontario and parts of the United States. In addition, she has facilitated client groups and has supported staff in making plans to support consumers in moving towards identifiable goals. She authored a sexuality curriculum manual to which she constantly adds “updates.” In addition, she co-authored a series of booklets called “Being Sexual” - printed by the Sex Information and Education Council of Canada. Her work is driven by a belief that successful interpersonal relationships with others is only possible if each person has access to meaningful and accurate information about sexuality and social skills and their context in relationships.
|Date:||13 October/octobre 2012 - 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM|
|Downloads/Documents||S Ludwig Brantford|
|Internet:||Click here / cliquez ici|