Saturday, June 14, 2014
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
OLD MISSION ST LOCATION – Independent Living Resource Center San Francisco
649 Mission Street, 3rd Floor
San Francisco, CA
The Independent Living Center San Francisco (ILRCSF) will be holding a youth disability advocacy workshop led by the non-profit KidPower on Saturday, June 14, 2014 (for ages 11-15).
Pizza lunch will be provided for those in attendance!
Kidpower small group programs offer experiential, engaging practice of skills that can strengthen communication and reduce bullying — such as boundary setting, help-seeking, self-advocacy, ‘safety with words’ — through upbeat, age- and ability- appropriate activities.
10am – 12pm TEEN POWER Workshop (Ages 11 – 15)
In this active, upbeat session, teens practice using “People Safety” skills to prevent, manage, or leave potentially unsafe situations with people. “People Safety” skills help prevent violence and improve communication at home, at school, out in the world, online… everywhere, with everyone.
Skills learned will include:
Dealing with peer pressure, staying safe from verbal attack, setting clear and appropriate boundaries, managing emotional triggers, and more!
All skills will be tailored for each participant’s visual, hearing, mobility & cognition as well as for their use of wheelchairs, service dogs, canes, and/or other forms of assistive technology.
Location for the event will be at Independent Living Resource Center San Francisco, at 649 Mission St., 3rd Floor, near the intersection of Mission and New Montgomery Streets.
Space is limited. Please RSVP ahead of time by sending an email to Derek Zarda, Youth Programming Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling ILRCSF’s office at 415-543-6222. Deadline to RSVP is June 6th.
To request alternative formats or accommodations related to disability, contact Derek Zarda at email@example.com or 415-543-6222 before June 6th.
NOTE: ILRCSF is wheelchair accessible and provides reasonable accommodations upon advanced request. In order to be fully accessible to all people with disabilities, ILRCSF is a scent-free office. When visiting ILRCSF, please do not wear any scented products, including perfumes, aftershave, hairspray, etc.