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Recognizing People with Developmental Disorder: Tools for Effective Ministry (Part 2)
Once someone has been identified or thought to have a developmental disorder, it is important to not 'assume' they know or understand as neurotypical individuals (someone without a developmental disorder) and to work on skill development as a process towards rehabilitation.

Healthy Relationships, a Guide to Adulthood, was written in part to set a framework for individuals with developmental disorders to assist with meaningful rehabilitation. Part 2 will formally introduce Modules 1 and 2 of Healthy Relationships - Hygiene and Human Sexuality. Too often higher levels of rehabilitation are attempted (sex offender rehabilitation, for example) when the individual doesn't have basic self-care skills or basic understanding of their own bodies.

Oct 20, 2022 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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