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Why Focus on Developmental Disability and Sexuality?

Many caretakers of people with developmental disabilities often wonder whether they really need to talk about sexuality. They may not think a person with developmental disabilities as a sexual person because of their disability, or they may feel afraid that talking about the topic will spark the person’s interest in sex and cause them to start having sex...

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Developmental Disability and Sexuality 101 
Give your staff the tools they need to do outstanding work, feel supported and be more confident.
This virtual course contains 6 modules, is self paced, and easy to use.
Purchase it once and get unlimited access for all your staff.

Click on the LEARN MORE button for a peak at our virtual course. You can watch a video montage which compresses 9 hours of valuable content into under 5 minutes. Check it out and see for yourself what the course is like.

As a result of this virtual course, participants will increase their knowledge and skill and be able to:

  • Define sexuality and sexual self-advocacy
  • Create positive messages for people with developmental disabilities
  • Define sexual development and list issues related to sexuality and developmental disabilities
  • List what makes it difficult for agency staff to talk about sexuality with self advocates and address solutions to those barriers
  • Recognize their own values and attitudes and how those impact their ability and effectiveness in teaching this topic
  • List ways to teach this topic, answer questions, and respond to behaviors
  • Access tool and strategies to answer questions, respond to behaviors, and address sexuality in an effective way.
Training includes: 
6 online training videos
PDF accompanying documents
Resources and Tools

We look forward to helping you become more skilled and confident,
Katherine McLaughlin
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A curriculum for people who need content and tools to teach sexuality classes

Sexuality Education for People with Developmental Disabilities
A curriculum for people who need content and tools to teach sexuality classes

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