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Sex, consent and planning: supporting adults with autism and learning disab...
Thu 15 June 2017, 10:00 – 16:30 BST
Adults with autism and learning disabilities: sex, consent and support planning
Thursday 15th June, 10am - 4.30pm
Increased confidence in discussing, planning and supporting adults with autism and/or learning disabilities to understand their sexuality.
Improved understanding of the importance of the sexual rights of people with autism and/or learning disabilities
Understanding of the complexities of consent in your setting
Skills to incorporate the expression of appropriate sexuality in support planning processes
Who should attend?
We recommend that practitioners who work closely with adults with autism and learning disabilities attend this training day. In particular, staff with support planning responsibilities. Managers and members of training teams are also welcome, but we recommend that you bring along a colleague with frontline experience for our scenario work.
Who are we?
Three Sisters Consultancy are a small consultancy with experience in direct practice and policy related to sexual health, learning disabilities and autism. The course has been designed by Corrie McLean, who worked with the Family Planning Organisation for five years running the flagship ‘Sexability’ project.
This is a full day course with teas, coffee and lunch provided.
The cost is £65 per person, or if you are bringing a colleague, £55 per person. If you would like to bring a larger group, please get in touch and we can negotiate group discounts.
Please cancel within 2 working days of the event for a full refund. Beyond this point, we will not be able to offer refunds, but will be happy for another staff member from your organisation to attend in your place.
We reserve the right to cancel this event pending attendance, but will give at least a 3 day notice period if we do so.