Puberty and young people with disability

Understanding changes that happen to the body as puberty occurs is a key area of learning for children and young people with disability. There are many strategies and resources available to assist professionals to have conversations with children, young people and their families.

True's webinars enable you to access professional training from your home or office using WebEx Online technology. Sessions are facilitated by a True educator using a combination of streaming audio, videos, pictures, presentations and online collaborations. Participants are encouraged to contribute to the online workshop by joining in chat discussions via text or microphone.

 

Aim

  • develop a clear understanding of changes during puberty
  • build awareness of strategies and resources for starting conversations about puberty
  • help children and young people with disability to feel safe, happy and confident
 

Who should attend?

  • professionals working with children, young people and/or their families in sectors such as: education, health, disability, child protection, residential care, early learning and child care

This online activity is a self managed process and accessing the webinar is the individual's responsibility. Prior to registration, please check and test your system and the connection requirements to ensure you are able to access this session from your computer.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Scholarships are available for this course. Please download an application form here and submit at least 10 weeks prior to the course date.

Details

Cost $40
Length 60 minutes
Dates and Times

Please contact True for information about upcoming training opportunities

Delivery Method Online webinar