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Self-advocacy workshops for LGBTQI+ people who are autistic and/or with a learning disability
28th
28th
September

Self-advocacy workshops for LGBTQI+ people who are autistic and/or with a learning disability

These workshops will help you become more confident to speak for yourself and learn more about your rights. This can help you to get better support from health and social care services. 
Do you think that health and social care services should be more accessible to you?
 
Do you feel that health and social care staff don’t understand that you are LGBTQI+ with a learning disability and or autism?
 
Do you find it hard to tell health and care staff how you feel and what you want?
 
These workshops can help, you will learn more about:
 
  • Introduction to advocacy    
  • Listening and communication      
  • Our rights and having a voice       
  • Self-advocacy resources, self-advocating or advocating for someone else 
  • A session with Yorkshire MESMAC, around sex, sexual health, testing, and relationships
 
We will be having 5 workshops every Wednesday from 7th September until 5th October. You should come to all 5 workshops.
 
  • Wednesday 7th September
  • Wednesday 14th September
  • Wednesday 21st September
  • Wednesday 28th September
  • Wednesday 5th October
 
The workshops will run from 11am until 12 and will be online using Zoom. We know that workshops online are not accessible to everyone and so we will be offering the same workshops in person at a later date.
 
The workshop places are for people who have experience of being LGBTQI+ and autistic and/or with a learning disability. LGBTQI+ stands for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, and Intersex.
£0.00
Wednesday 28th September, 11am-12pm
On Zoom
Number of places
 
15Places left
Total
£0.00
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