Boundary Setting & Protective Behaviours – Workshop for parents and carers of people with intellectual disability
BOUNDARY SETTING & PROTECTIVE BEHAVIOURS
Workshop for parents and carers of people with intellectual disability
Social distance, personal space and social/sexual concepts are important life skills. This workshop introduces the “Circles Concept” – an educational strategy that can be used to help a person understand more about the kinds of touch they have, want or do not want from different people in their life and what rules apply with them. It will demonstrate how this strategy can be developed to give people with disability an understanding of personal boundaries.
Note: Abuse and grooming will be discussed during this workshop.
These workshops are brought to you by the South Australian Council on Intellectual Disability (SACID). Under license from Sexuality ducation Counselling and Consultancy Agency (SECCA); a sexuality and disability agency based in Perth, who first created the workshops.
Funded by the Department of Human Services of the Government of South Australia.
This is workshop 4 of 4 in the Relationship Wise series.
Date Thursday 25th February 2021
Time 10am – 3pm
Location Art Maker Space, The Precinct, 112 Coventry Road , Smithfield Plains
RSVP Call SACID 8352 4416 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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