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Many sexual and reproductive health services struggle to extend their services to people with learning disabilities in a meaningful way.
Staff often feel they do not have knowledge and expertise to provide a specific clinic and yet they are aware that mainstream services are not meeting the needs of clients with disabilities.
This course will help staff feel more confident to establish and run these specifically targetted services using two recent case studies.
To support participants to develop their sexual and reproductive health services to be fully inclusive to people with learning disabilities.
By the end of the course, participants will:
- Identify the main support people with learning disabilities might need from a sexual health service
- Be more familiar with the communication needs of people with learning disabilities
- Practice using a simple sexual knowledge assessment tool for people with learning disabilities
- Be more aware of the resources available for them to use in consultations with people with learning disabilities
Number of days
One (24 January 2018)
This course takes place at:
FPA 23-28 Penn Street, London, N15DL.
Course time: 9.30am–4.30pm
Please note that lunch is not provided.
The course takes place on 24 January 2018.