Supporting Positive Sexual Health for Youth with Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities


Thursday, October 26, 2017
6:30pm-8:30pm


New Paltz High School Audion
130 S. Putt Corners Rd.
New Paltz, N.Y. 12561


Join us for a facilitated discussion about a meaningful subject that does not get enough attention. The session will cover the importance of comprehensive sex education and provide practical tools and techniques for discussing crucial topics that both parents and school personnel should consider in their conversations with youth regarding sexual health.


Space is limited. Registration is required by Tuesday 10/24/17

Signup on our webpage above or online at:

https://goo.gl/forms/f62urEQ4hm4PV2Gp1

Read PDF Flyer:

 http://bit.ly/2xuCvUC

Facilitated by:Anastasia L. Holoboff, Esq.

Questions?
Phone: Dorothy Richards
845-331-0541 x18
E-mail: drichards@rcal.org

The facility is handicapped accessible

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The Mid-Hudson Task Force is committed to improving educational access and outcomes for students with disabilities through a collaborative regional and statewide network of stakeholders representing a variety of perspectives in addressing the special education needs of students in Dutchess, Ulster, Orange and Sullivan Counties, as well as New York State.