Let’s Talk About Sex: Conversations about Aging and Sexuality
By: Phyllis A. Greenberg, PhD, MPA
This webinar focuses on consensual relationships between older adults who might be residents, clients, or patients of family members. How we react, how we support, and how we inform ourselves and the older adults will be explored.
Objectives – after this webinar participants will:
- Gain awareness of the importance of having conversations with clients, patients, residents and/or family members about aging and sexuality
- Understand the possible implications (physical, social and mental health) for older adults, the community, and health care systems if we don’t have this discussion
- Learn about potential venues for sex education and discussions about safe sex
- Learn how to be supportive of older adults engaged in consensual intimate relationships
Phyllis A. Greenberg, PhD, MPA
Phyllis is Associate Professor of Gerontology and Coordinator, Graduate Studies in Gerontology, School of Health and Human Services, St. Cloud State University; Past President, Minnesota Gerontological Society
Phyllis teaches many courses in the Gerontology program at SCSU focusing on policy, diversity, advance care planning, women’s issues and research.
This free webinar is part of a series funded by a grant from CentraCare Health Foundation.
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