Talking With Your Kids About Sexuality

Free informational session for parents and families of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Having conversations with young and grown children about sexuality can be stressful and challenging for parents and family members. This workshop will provide essential tools and strategies to help families be more comfortable discussing sexual health while also offering the most effective and respectful way to discuss this sensitive and important topic.

Reservations required - RSVP by January 13.
Register: http://bit.ly/38FUP0F

Presenters include recreational, physical and occupational therapists from the Munroe-Meyer Institute:

  • Carly DeBruin, MPA, CTRS
  • Anne Woodruff-Jameson, PT, DPT
  • Sam Montemarano, MOT, OTR/L

Offered by Ollie Webb Center - PRISM (Parent Resource Information and Support Meetings) provide information and support programs for families of individuals with developmental disabilities. Family-friendly meetings offer educational programs, disability-related information and the opportunity to network with other parents and children with disabilities.

Thursday, January 16 at 6:30pm to 8:30pm

Barbara Weitz Community Engagement Center, 201/205
6400 South, University Drive Road North, Omaha, NE

Event Type

Health & Wellness, Outreach

Audience

Public

College/Department

Munroe-Meyer Institute

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