A masterclass to promote understanding of sexuality and relationships in the lives of people with intellectual disability.
It will showcase applied research and learning from leaders in the field alongside examples of best practice in service provision and support.
Presentations and Speakers:
Intellectual Disability, Reproductive Justice, and Sexual Ableism: Challenging assumptions about the appropriateness to be sexual
- Dr Michael Gill. PhD, Associate Professor of Disability Studies, Syracuse University, New York.
“Mean as!”: Creating a space for the transformative possibilities of Pūrākau (story-telling) as an Indigenous / Emic methodologoical bricoleur
- Paul Milner, Senior Researcher, Donald Beasley Institute, Dunedin New Zealand.
“One size does not fit all”: understanding and responding to sexual assault and violence in the lives of people with an intellectual disability.
- Dr Patsie Frawley, Associate Professor of Disability & Inclusion, Deakin University
Diverse sexual and gender identities
- Dr Amie O’Shea, Research Fellow, Deakin University
Applied Learning: Supporting sexuality for people with intellectual disability
- Nathan Despott, Manager Policy & Projects, Inclusion Melbourne
|Thu 28th Mar, 2019||9:30am - 4:30pm||Deakin Downtown|
727 Collins Street
#tower 2 level 12
Registration and RSVPView Registration Form (offsite)
Registration closed on Wed 20th Mar, 2019.
- $100 – $320
- Deakin University
- Event type:
- Workshop Seminar