People with disabilities are invited to talk about sexual abuse. A trained sexual abuse counselor will be available, and a Comfort Room for people who may need to take a break. Guests (staff, family members, friends, etc.) will be asked to wait outside the meeting space to respect everyone’s privacy.
Register with Sharon or Don by Monday, November 18th, 2019. Email Sharon at Sharon@sau1.org or Call Don at 267-507-3881Say your name, how to reach you, and how many are coming with you.
They’ll talk about the facts around sexual abuse:
- Human body parts
- Sexual acts
- How to learn more
- Sexual abuse
- What consent is
- Ways to say NO and Tell
- What reporting means
- Your rights
- Where, when, and by whom sexual abuse happens
Power CoachOscar says, “When we learn new things, we are powerful!”
Contact us at Sierra@sau1.org or 724-588-2378 by Monday, November 18th if you need accommodations (sign language, braille, CART, etc.).
Professional self advocates and skilled facilitators develop materials and lead the conversation. The Self Advocacy Power Network for All (SAPNA) project is funded and approved by the PA Office of Developmental Programs (ODP), Department of Human Services. SAPNA is managed by Self Advocates United as 1, Inc.