This training provides you with an overview of social-sexual supports. You will learn tools to help your clients keep social and sexual behaviors safe, legal, and appropriate. You will discover the importance of relationships and sexuality as essential to a person’s identity, meeting their basic needs, their perception of their quality of life, and their overall health and well-being.
- Understand our basic human needs for connection and sexual expression
- Learn about dignity of risk and supported decision-making
- Recognize the value of, and need for, proactive and preventative social-sexual support strategies and services
- Explore how to address social-sexual issues/concerns or behaviors that need support
PRIVATE EVENT FOR MEMBERS OF REGION 2 OF THE WASHINGTON STATE DEPARTMENT OF DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES
Contact Joe Smith, Region 2 coordinator, for more information