Let's Talk About Sex - AAC and Me Virtual Learning Series

ACES - Augmentative Communication and Empowerment Supports, is sponsoring a cost-free series designed for users of Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC). The virtual sessions, called "Let's Talk About Sex - AAC and Me," will be held on Zoom every Thursday from November 4 through December 16 (no session on Thanksgiving Day.)

Participants will discuss sexuality, sexual expression, sexual behavior, and intimacy. All will share experiences and gain knowledge about consent, relationships, and learn the vocabulary needed to talk about sex. All AAC voices are welcome and encouraged to attend.  

More information is available on the TechOWL website.

Fostering Understanding of Sexual Responsibility

Sexuality is an integral part of human lives. It fulfills a number of personal and social needs but when exercised irresponsibly it can have a variety of negative outcomes including violent behavior.

The Institute infuses the important topic of healthy sexuality throughout many of its trainings as a proactive tool to prevent becoming a victim or defendant. The objective is to foster the understanding of sexual responsibility in its broadest sense. And, while personal responsibility is crucial to anyone's health, communities also have important responsibilities, so the message must reach beyond the individual. Communities may provide access to developmentally and culturally appropriate sexuality education, respect for diversity and freedom from violence.

Department of Health and Human Services' Healthy People 2010 Initiative

Guide to Community Preventive Services

For more information please contact

Beverly Frantz PhD, Project Director
voice: 215-204-5078

Parris A Boyd, Project Coordinator
voice: 215-204-3053


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