Sexuality, Disability & ABA Practice 203: Preparing for Providing Social-Sexuality Instruction

Sexuality, Disability & ABA Practice 203: Preparing for Providing Social-Sexuality Instruction

Regular price $70.00

Are you ready to take the plunge? This webinar walks you through steps to take to start integrating social-sexuality instruction into your services. Social-sexuality instruction is relevant for all ages of clients or students with special needs as it includes self-care and hygiene, social relationships, social-emotional regulation skills, safety, and body knowledge. Participants will learn about national sexuality education guidelines, staff preparation, initial communication with parents, and gathering instructional resources. Participants will leave with suggested avenues for obtaining teaching lessons and materials. This webinar is useful for practitioners looking to teach comprehensive social-sexuality education as well as those only interested in providing client-specific instruction.

Date: May 17, 2017
Time: 10:00-11:45 a.m. PST

Recommended: Co-current viewing of recorded webinars in the series: Sexuality, Disability & Applied Behavior Analysis Practice: (COMING SOON)
201: Professional Practices for Client Safety
202: Ethical Management of Sexualized Behavior
Combo 201 & 202: Includes both recorded webinars  

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This webinar includes 2 BACB CEUs.

 

 

 


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