The Take Charge Program aims to help teens navigate pressing questions regarding sex, relationships, and dating.
Information focuses on the prevention of unplanned pregnancy, Sexually Transmitted Infections STIs and the importance of healthy relationships. Fabulous speaker. Well done!
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In the classroom Teens are already talking about sex; here, we have to opportunity to in and help facilitate the discussion. After over 20 years in the community, CCASA has become a strong foundation in the service delivery calyary, and a leader in the field of sexual violence.
The workshops do not contain a moral or religious agenda. Schools request us each year because they are pleased with the information presented and the manner in which it is given.
The information presented is gender neutral and relevant to all students, regardless of their personal beliefs or sexual orientation. Show your support by making a donation today.
Students were talking about how much they enjoyed your presentation and how they have a new perspective! Emphasizing respect, personal worth and value, and the right to refuse, our Take Charge Program presents abstinence as a way of respecting self and others.
Students felt comfortable discussing their feelings and admitting what they did and did not know. Teachers remark that one aspect that makes our program unique is how comfortable the students are in asking questions and interacting with the presenters. Over the last year we spoke with over 16, students and parents in Calgary and the surrounding areas.
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Our hope is that through education, dialogue, and asking the right questions, our teens will be better able to discern between healthy and Any horny and wet ladies perspectives and behaviors. Each of our calvary level workshops are developed to address a portion of the Alberta Learning Curriculum for Health Studies, of which abstinence is a required component.
Workshops are interactive and discussion oriented. Oh yeah, and FUN! CCASA strives to enhance the health and well being of all people and our broader community through responsible and effective programs in sexual abuse education, research and advocacy, crisis intervention and counselling.
Our organization exists because sexual violence is a crime that is prevalent in our society and impacts a ificant of people. All presentations take place with the teacher present in the classroom.
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We receive very high ratings from both teachers and students. We are non-judgmental and unbiased in our delivery of information which is appreciated by both teachers and students and evidenced by calagry evaluations taken after every class. I thought the techniques were great and I will use some of them in future sexual health lessons.