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HRSA

Healthy Relationships, Sexuality and Autism Program (HRSA)

The Healthy Relationships, Sexuality and Autism (HRSA) Program supports adults (19 yrs and up) with autism through introducing concepts of sexuality and social skills through interactive, sex-positive, inclusive sexuality education lessons.

This is an interactive program that meets once a week for two hours (at a time) for 13 weeks. 6-8 participants will be supported by Autism Nova Scotia’s HRSA Educator throughout the 13 weeks of the program. HRSA program is now being offered online for the Summer 2020 Cohort. 

 


*** HRSA ONLINE SUMMER 2020 APPLICATION - OPEN HERE***


South Shore Group: Registration for the Online Summer 2020 Cohort opens July 3rd at 8am. 

Where: HRSA sessions will happen virtually online using the Zoom video calling program. Participants will join sessions by using a device (computer, tablet) that is connected to the internet.

When: Tuesdays (6-8 PM) starting July 28th, 2020

Topics Include: Human Development, Gender, Relationships, Sexual Behaviours, Sexual Health, Social Interactions, Dating and mor

PLEASE READ THE REGISTRATION PROCESS CAREFULLY.
The application process is done entirely online. Interested participants will be able to complete their pre-screening form online once registration for the program opens. The form will be available here on the day registration opens. All pre-screening forms will be processed based on the time stamp in which they were submitted.  From there, all applicants will be contacted via email to arrange an intake.  Please note: Completing an application form does not give you a spot, as space are limited. 

  • Leave yourself 5-10 minutes to complete the application form.
  • There is NO option to save the applications once you start, please make sure you are able to complete them in full- partially completed applications will not be considered.
  • Submit a SEPARATE application for EACH person you wish to apply for.
  • You will be contacted in a week regarding your application status and to arrange an intake.


If you have any questions & for more information, please contact Rachel Whynot at southshore@autismns.ca or (902) 514-7489 (work cell)