Sex Talk for Self-Advocates Webinar #4: Relationship Experiences. It is well documented meaningful relationships are connected to better health, social, and quality of life outcomes for all people, including people with disabilities. Relationships can help to create a greater sense of identity, self-worth, and belonging. Relationships are important, but they can look different for all of us. IN this webinar self-advocates talk about their experiences being married, dating, partnered, and single.
This webinar is part of an on-going series that addresses self-advocate questions about relationships and sexuality. This series is a great learning opportunity for self-advocates, and professionals and paraprofessionals working with individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities to better understand relationships and sexuality.
- Lindsey Wilkes Interview
- Kara Jones Interview
- Randy’s wedding video, father in-law toast at the 4 minute mark.
- Thomas Caswell, from Green Mountain Self-Advocates, talks about growing up with autism and growing into his life as a gay man.
This webinar was produced by the Association of University Centers on Disabilities (AUCD) with presenters from Georgetown University Center for Child and Human Development, SARTAC, Green Mountain Self-Advocates and Elevatus Training.
There are 2 files that go with this webinar. Both are below.
#1 The PowerPoint used for this webinar
#2 A transcript or a written report of everything that was said during the webinar.
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- Sex Talk for Self Advocates #4 PowerPoint
- Sex Talk for Self Advocates #4 A transcript or a written report of everything that was said during the webinar