Our educators combine relationships and sexuality expertise with experience across the disability sector.

Brisbane and Ipswich

Yvonne Black

Yvonne has been working with children, young people and adults with disability for over 16 years, both individually and in group settings. With a background in education, Yvonne has been delivering relationships and sexuality education to children and adults with disability as a key part of True Relationships & Reproductive Health for the past 11 years. An important part of Yvonne’s work at True has been supporting parents, carers and support staff to develop strategies to support people with disability to experience safe relationships.

Cairns

Deb Richards

Deb has worked in the area of sexual and reproductive health for over 20 years as an advocate, counsellor and educator. In 2010 Deb completed accredited training in ‘Teaching Sexuality in a Special Needs Context’, and has since delivered professional training to community service workers and educators to support healthy relationships and sexuality for people with a disability. Deb brings a broad range of professional skills in counselling and education to her individualised LAMP education sessions, ensuring a caring and empathic approach within an outcomes oriented program.

Gold Coast

Natasha Milner

Natasha has delivered individual education sessions and sexuality needs consultations to people with disability since 2011. She facilitates training programs to staff and parents/carers who support people with disability and advises families and carers about resources available to provide the right information to support the health and well-being of the people they care for. She also facilitates community education sessions and workshops for adults with disability and regularly teaches relationships and sexuality topics in primary and secondary schools in both special education and mainstream classes. Natasha is an advocate for all people being able to access information on how bodies work; healthy relationships; and sexuality.


Sheena Callaghan

Sheena comes from a nursing background. She has delivered relationships and sexuality education for over 10 years to a wide audience including people with disability and staff, both in schools and the community. She also delivers education to family, carers and workers so that they can support people with disability in their daily activities. Sheena believes that everyone, including people with disability, should have this information so that they can enjoy safe relationships and make healthy choices.


Rockhampton

Annette Cox

Annette has been working in remote and regional health services for over 10 years, and most recently in disability support and coordination. With a strong background in education and a passion for supporting people with a disability to lead fulfilling lives, Annette's approach is to work in a person centred manner. Annette brings a sound knowledge of the barriers that can often be experienced by people living in rural communities and the importance of support for people with a disability, their families and carers, as well as wider community through education programs.

Toowoomba

Robyn Kavanagh

Robyn started with True Relationships & Reproductive Health as an Educator in 2000, and since then has thoroughly enjoyed her work with children, young people and adults with a disability as well as their parents and carers. She is enormously grateful for the generosity of all her clients in teaching her so much, about so many things. Robyn has a degree in Education and a background in disability support work, and a special interest in Autism Spectrum Disorders.