Do you have concerns about how safe your students or children are in their relationships and interactions with others? If so, you are not alone.
The SoSAFE! program is a set of visual and conceptual tools designed to promote social safety for people with intellectual disabilities and/or autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
SoSAFE! provides a format which is portable and easy to understand, meaning that any student can discuss their relationships at any time. When students are given a set of rules for different relationships, they are better placed to realise when a relationship may not be acceptable and then have the tools to report potential abuse.
The program covers all degrees of physical and verbal interaction: from a student’s expectations of strangers, to the intricacies of an intimate relationship.
Island Health Learning is excited to offer this program to Tasmanian schools, families and groups.
Please contact us via the contact page to enquire about making a booking or for further information.