Is Your Child Going Through Puberty?
Are they asking questions that you are not comfortable answering?
Are they confused about what is happening to their body?
Are they exhibiting inappropriate behaviors?
If you answered ‘yes’ to even one of these questions, our Puberty Clinic may be what you’re looking for. Join us for an interactive Q&A session, via Zoom, to learn about Whole Selves, our Puberty Clinic, and other services we provide.
Date: May 25, 2021
Time: 6:00 pm – 6:45 pm (EST)
Designed for kids with disabilities, but accessible for all, understanding what is happening to their bodies and emotions is a critical need. We can help.
What is Whole Selves?
People with disabilities need honest sexual education. Whole Selves can help.
Whole Selves is an evidence-informed, healthy relationships curriculum based on more than 10 years of successful teaching in community and school settings.
Self-esteem, self-determination, consent, boundaries, sexual safety, and the positive experience of intimacy are just some of the topics covered in Whole Selves.
Whole Selves is designed for students with intellectual disabilities (ID) and autism, but will work for anyone. We know it will work for you!
What Do We Offer?
Learn to Teach Whole Selves
Everyone deserves comprehensive sexuality education, but how do you actually teach this topic to learners with I/DD and Autism?
Let Us Teach Whole Selves
Do you want your students to have the Whole Selves curriculum but need someone else to do the teaching? Our expert teachers are ready to deliver meaningful, straightforward and fun lessons about relationships, self-esteem, boundaries, consent and sexuality to your students.
1:1 Parent Coaching
Talking about sexuality with your child can be very challenging and parents may need guidance navigating this delicate conversation. We are here to help.
Far from your average health class, our clinic is designed for students of all abilities and will foster confidence and competence in a way that is fun and comfortable.
Social Media Clinic
Chances are pretty good that your child has been online a lot lately! It might be time for them to learn to be safe on social media.
LGBTQIA+ Group is a place where you can meet other people who identify similarly or who are interested in discussing identity.
Are you interested in dating? Having trouble finding a new friend? Connections is here to help!