The UAA Center for Human Development trains staff members working in community agencies across Alaska to implement the Friendships & Dating Program (FDP) with this two-day facilitator training.
The FDP teaches young adults (ages 15 and older) and adults with intellectual and related developmental disabilities (I/DD) how to make and keep healthy relationships and prevent violence in their relationships. FDP is a 10-week long program made up of 20 sessions. Sessions are held twice a week and last approximately 1.5 hours each. The first session of each week focuses on participants learning new skills. The second session centers on applying these new skills in a community setting.
Interested facilitators who participate in the FDP training will:
Interested facilitators who attend training will receive:
If you have questions regarding the Friendships and Dating Program or the facilitator training, please contact Sondra LeClair, firstname.lastname@example.org or Kelley Hartlieb, email@example.com. You may also find additional information on our Friendships & Dating Program website.
We will hold an information session for interested participants on February 18, 2021, 11:00am-11:30am. Please join via the following Zoom link.