Tuesday, September 20th, 2016, 6-8pm
The Arc of Whatcom County
2602 McLeod Rd, Bellingham, WA 98225
Join us for an evening of tips for teaching safety awareness, strategies for difficult conversations on puberty and privacy, and techniques to develop communication ideas for healthy relationships. NOTE: This workshop is only for the adults (parents or caregivers). If your family member will be joining you, there will be supervised activities provided upstairs.
Please RSVP: (360) 715-0170 x 303, or firstname.lastname@example.org
Supervised care for family members is available if you RSVP by September 15.
Did you miss the workshop?
Here are the resource materials that were provided:
Talking with our children about the birds and the bees.
Tuesday, May 19, 6-8pm
The Arc’s Dan Godwin Community Center
2602 McLeod Rd, Bellingham
At this workshop, participants will learn positive, practical and realistic ways to help your and your child:
- Prepare for and understand puberty.
- Deal with mood swings, hygiene and periods.
- Build awareness of privacy and safety.
- Talk about relationships, touch and boundaries.
Please RSVP: 360-715-0170, ext. 303, email@example.com.
A parents guide on puberty for girls with disabilities.
A parents guide on puberty for boys with disabilities.
This is an easy to read guide about saying NO to abuse.
This document shows wheel diagrams relating power and control.
The purpose of this workbook is to assist a person with an intellectual or developmental disability to learn about healthy relationships, to identify and recognize abuse and to know who to contact for help.
This document provides:
- What does “teaching about privacy” mean?
- The four area’s the concept of privacy can be applied to
- The rights to privacy