Healthy Relationships, Sexuality and Autism (HRSA) is a free 16-week virtual interactive program developed by Autism Nova Scotia (ANS) and delivered by CAN staff.
The HRSA program features group instruction & discussion led by a trained facilitator.
- 2 hour sessions; once per week for 16 weeks
- Virtual program via Zoom*
*Participants require internet access to join.
About the Program
HRSA is a sex-positive sexuality education program for Autistic adults (ages 19+). Topics Include:
- Gender Identity
- Sexual behaviours
- Sexual health
- Open to all individuals who self-identify as Autistic (formal diagnosis not required)
- Must be 19 years of age or older
- Must be a resident of BC
- CAN membership not required
This program is offered at various times throughout the year.
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About the Program Facilitator
Kendall McSweeney (she/her)
Kendall is passionate about supporting people explore what their gender & sexuality mean to them. She loves helping people find tools to experience relationships in ways that are as unique as they are.
Kendall holds a BA in Psychology, Bachelors of Social Work & Master’s of Social Work. She has experience in hospital social work with a focus on gender-affirming care & has worked with CAN since 2015.
The Healthy Relationships, Sexuality & Autism program was developed by our friends at Autism Nova Scotia.