• This program is for:

    People with intellectual and developmental disabilities who would benefit from accessible relationship and sexual health education.

  • Costs & Fees

    There is no cost for this program.

  • Location

    Centre for Sexuality offices. Arrangements may be made to meet in public or other community locations.

  • Hours & Availability

    9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Friday
    9 a.m. – 7 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday

  • How to Register

    Book online through our intake form.

  • Contact Us

    Contact Us

Relationship and Sexual Health Education for People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

Our education sessions for people with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities cover sexuality, boundaries and healthy relationships. A support worker or natural support, such as a parent, may also attend these sessions.

On average, a minimum of four sessions are required.

Two adults having a conversation.

Our education sessions cover a range of topics related to sexuality and healthy relationships, including:

  • Masturbation
  • Bodies: Sexual and reproductive anatomy
  • Appropriate Touch
  • Private vs Public Places
  • Healthy relationships
    • Boundaries
    • What is abuse
    • Decision making
    • Healthy vs unhealthy relationships
  • Wanting to find a partner
    • boundaries and consent
    • healthy vs unhealthy relationship
    • online safety
  • Questions on sexuality or gender
    • what is sexuality
    • gender identity and expression
    • attraction
  • Online relationships and catfishing
    • boundaries and consent
    • healthy vs unhealthy relationship
    • online safety
  • Abusive relationships
    • boundaries
    • what is abuse
    • decision making
    • healthy vs unhealthy relationships
  • Job related issues
    • boundaries
    • consent
    • healthy decision making
    • public vs private
    • healthy communication
  • Hygiene
    • penis bodies
    • vulva bodies
    • boundaries
    • public vs private
  • Guardianship issues
  • Pornography

To book education services for a person with an intellectual or developmental disability, complete our intake form.


We’re here to help direct you to the services and supports most useful to you. If you’d like to talk to someone about your options, contact our Information Specialist: intake@centreforsexuality.ca