Seggs on Toast Breakfast Workshop
Seggs on Toast brings together the latest tools and resources for supporting young people's sexual health in a fun, practical workshop format. If this floats your boat, rise and shine with us before the main program on the second day of fair.ground. 2023 for a light savoury breakfast with a side of fresh seggs.
KAREN MOLHUYSEN from Sexual Health Quarters presents Boodoos, Minnies and Tuppies, resources designed for young people, by young people, to enable them to access respectful relationships and sexual and reproductive knowledge in a positive, non-confrontational way, address low literacy and English as a second language, and reflect the real-life diversity of people bodies. Karen will touch on the extensive process of consultation and collaboration with young people and others to design, produce and test these anatomically complete drawings, realistically presenting bodies and including people of colour, for use in community education.
ROISIN GLASGOW-COLLINS presents examples of interactive activities which can be used to teach about STIs in a fun, and interactive way, then takes participants through an activity to get you moving as you learn to create comfortable, helpful sexual health conversations with young people.
Responding to an escalating outbreak of syphilis officially declared across Western Australia, LORNA GERAGHTY presents practical tools and resources for use in communities to address the outbreak and increase participant capacity to have 1:1 and group discussions with young people. She’ll provide an overview of the Youth Educating Peers (YEP) Project, encouraging participants to reach out to access YEPs’ popular sexual health and blood born virus resources for young people and access workshops, professional development and consulting services.
Accessibility Information for Doubletree:
- Entrance and Common Areas: Our main entrance is wheelchair accessible, with automatic doors for ease of entry.
- The hotel's common areas, including lobbies, corridors, and public spaces, are designed to be spacious and accessible.
- Elevators: We have elevators that provide easy access to different levels of the hotel, ensuring wheelchair users can navigate the premises comfortably.
- Restrooms at level 2, conference floor: Our restrooms are equipped with accessible features, including grab bars, lowered sinks, and larger stalls for wheelchair accessibility.
During the ticket purchase process, there is a field called 'access requirements' where you can tell us if you have any access needs, cultural, linguistic or religious requirements, or other suggestions so we can create a comfortable, inclusive experience for everyone at fair.ground.
Alternatively, you can get in touch with us via firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your requirements or give us accessibility tips.