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- NEW - Let's Talk About Sex & Relationships! Fall 2022 - 12-Week Group Program

720 Bathurst Street Toronto Ontario M5S 2R4 CA

This is a 12-week group program for teens and young adults on the Autism Spectrum and with other disabilities. The group is run buy registered occupational therapists. During this program, we explore topics related to sexuality and relationships, communication & conversation, emotions, boundaries, consent & safety, sexual expression, sexual orientation, internet dating, assertive communication, and navigating friendships and romantic relationships through activities and group discussion. Members leave the group with a booklet of information and resources related to sex + relationships.

WHEN: Fall 2022: The group will run online weekly for 12 weeks in a row likely on Tuesday evenings from 6-7:30 PM, exact start date TBD.

TIME:  6:00-7:30pm

WHERE: Online

Who can participate?
We have an inclusive policy and therefore our only criteria for this group are that you must be:

  • A teen (16+) or young adult on the spectrum, with another developmental difference, or any disability
  • Motivated to learn about sex and relationships
  • Able to participate (sitting/standing/completing worksheets) in a group for 1.5 hours
  • RATIOS: Generally 1 staff member to max 12 group members
  • Please note that this group is conversation-based

What is the cost? – $885
Cost includes: Twelve 1.5-hour group sessions, a booklet of resources. This group may be covered by Passport Funding and/or your extended health benefits if they cover occupational therapy.

Please contact Dream Weavers if you have any questions or would like to save your spot in the next group session –

See flyer for more details!

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Dream Weavers: An Occupational Therapy Collective

Dream Weavers is a downtown Toronto grassroots organization founded by two occupational therapists, Mira Etlin-Stein & Amanda Landry. We serve teens & young adults on the Autism Spectrum & with other disabilities. Our goal is to break down barriers and build inclusive communities through offering group programs & private 1:1 sessions in the area of life & employment skills.