Group interventions, support groups and workshops

Support groups

ADOQ- Seniors

Sex after retirement, yes, but how?

When our peers share their ways of maintaining an active, healthy sexuality. Exchange group.

Can we talk about sex in residences?

How do you tackle this delicate subject in a living environment where everyone has their own values? Discussion-Intervention between residents.

My parent is discovering a new sexuality at the fourth age. Is this normal?

The family bond is essential to the well-being of people living in institutions, but how do you maintain this bond when sexuality is disturbing?

People with autism spectrum disorders, dysphasia or intellectual disabilities

I'm an adult living with ASD, dysphasia or an intellectual disability, can I be in love?

Let’s share your best stories and the obstacles you’ve overcome. Peer-to-peer discussion aimed at safe emancipation.

What exactly is sexuality and love?

To what extent should we differentiate these concepts and maintain emotional autonomy?

Educational workshops/group work

People with autism spectrum disorders, dysphasia or intellectual disabilities

Developing autonomy in people with autism, dysphasia or intellectual disabilities

Workshops designed to help participants understand everyday tasks in order to facilitate their daily lives and those of their loved ones. All aspects of life are addressed according to the needs of the participants. Materials are provided to make it easier to set up resources at home.

I live with a loved one who has ID. What are their sexual health rights and responsibilities?

Sexuality is part of life, even if we try to ignore it. How can we manage it while respecting the personalities of our loved ones and aiming for emancipation?

Do sexual rights exist?

These rights, derived from international charters and an integral part of Human Rights, are part of an active and responsible participation in sexual life. What are they?

Autism Spectrum Disorder: better understanding, better intervention

How to better understand autistic people in order to improve communication, cohabitation and daily exchanges. This workshop is designed to support parents and siblings who have to live with relatives with ASD. You’ll learn the basics of how people function through concrete examples, and leave with tips to help everyone adapt more easily.

Social skills 3-7 years

Léon le lapin program (preschool and 1st grade)

8 to 10 psycho-educational activities aimed at developing skills for positive social interaction, in the child’s various living environments.

Children will meet Leon the rabbit and his friends in an enchanting forest setting and develop/improve their abilities to: share, wait their turn, listen and help others, recognize and control their emotions, solve problems, make appropriate requests and much more!

All materials are provided, plus positive reinforcement materials (stickers, certificates). Follow-up with parents is also organized, with explanatory documents handed out after each activity, to help them take what they’ve learned home with them.

Parent-child relationships

Parent-child attachment

Series of 3 workshops designed for a group of parents. The aim is to inform and equip parents to promote secure attachment in children.

Workshop 1: Basic principles for understanding the attachment relationship.

Workshop 2: Challenges faced by the child (according to age, developmental level), parents and family.

Workshop 3: Parenting interventions and strategies that promote attachment security and help you overcome the challenges you face with your child.

An overview of the topics covered: Communication, getting along with siblings, autonomy, the child’s needs and managing desires, attachment profiles, positive reinforcement.

Clinique Entre-nous complies with Bill 25