Note: This is a pre-recorded, online workshop. Upon purchase, you will receive access to the video recording, as well as any accompanying documents.
Discussions of consent are a vital part of sexuality education, and this is no different for people with disabilities. Protection from exploitation must be balanced against the right to sexual expression, with an emphasis on building a person’s capacity to give informed consent. This online workshop will examine several models for determining sexual consent. Participants will apply consent criteria to several case studies and discuss strategies for improving a person’s consent abilities.
By the end of this 90 minute workshop, participants will be able to:
- Evaluate different models for determining one’s capacity to give sexual consent.
- Apply consent criteria to situations involving sexual decision-making.
- Consider strategies for improving one’s sexual consent capacity.
Workshop Price: $30
Workshop Led by:
Bill Taverner, MA, CSE, is the chief editor of the American Journal of Sexuality Education, author or editor of more than 75 publications related to sexuality education, including Verbal Informed Sexual Consent Assessment Tool, and the founder of the Sex Ed Lecture Series.
Workshop Hosted by:
Katherine McLaughlin, M.Ed., CSE is a national expert and trains individuals, staff, and parents on sexuality and developmental disabilities. She teaches sexuality education to people with DD/ID as well as trains them to be peer sexuality educators themselves. Katherine is the author of an agency and school curriculum: Sexuality Education for People with Developmental Disabilities, and has developed two online courses; one to train professionals, Developmental Disability and Sexuality 101, and one for parents: Talking to Your Kids: Developmental Disabilities and Sexuality. Katherine has spent her career trying to elevate the status of all people, which is why the new name for her growing company is Elevatus Training.