03/08/18 - Addressing Emerging Sexuality in Children with ASD

Addressing Emerging Sexuality in Children with ASD
03/08/2018, 06:00 PM - 07:30 PM
March 08
2018/03/08 18:00
Thursday, March 08, 2018
2018/3/8
06:00 PM
2018/3/8
07:30 PM

For Parents, Caregivers, and Professionals working with Children with ASD
Not Intended for Children

Presented by Chaturi Edrisinha, Ph.D., BCBA-Doctoral
Associate Professor, Human Development & Child Studies

The human body experiences biological, social and emotional changes regardless of disability or ability. Sexual awareness is normal. Sexual feelings are normal. Talking about sex, teaching about sex, and making informed decisions about sex are difficult topics for parents and educators.  Please join us as we discuss:

  • Who are Adolescents?
  • Challenges in Puberty
  • Multi-Dimensional Changes
  • Issues of Gender and Adolescence
  • Young Girls and Menstruation
  • Young Boys and Body Changes
  • Sexuality

This presentation is designed for parents, educators, and other professionals working with youth, specifically children 11 and under, on the Autism Spectrum.

No Cost to Attend. 

Please RSVP by emailing or call 248-370-2424.

Click here for a printable flyer.

Location

Oakland Center (OC)

Lake Michigan Room

312 Meadow Brook Road

Rochester , MI 48309-4454


Contact Information
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