We understand there is a lot of sexual health, sexuality and relationship information available to you. At SHORE Centre, we are committed to providing you with the most accurate information and resources to ensure you make well-informed decisions. With more than forty years of training and education experience, we are the trusted resource for local schools, youth groups, community centres, as well as a number of community organizations.
Workshop topics can include, but are not limited to:
Our workshops are designed to address a variety of sexual health topics and can be customized to the age, size and specific needs of each group. Each presentation aligns with the requirements for the Ontario Curriculum for Health and Physical Education and is presented in a non-judgmental, safe environment where participants are free to share their opinions and thoughts while challenging themselves with various perspectives. Click here for information on hosting our workshops.
I liked how they listened to every single question really carefully.
I learned about birth control, parts of the body and body acceptance.Student Feedback
I loved how chill and fun it was.
You made this easy to talk about!Student Feedback
Your enthusiasm in the subject makes everything a lot more comfortable!Student Feedback
They were very calm and funny!
I learned a lot and this was very helpful.Student Feedback
Maggie and Brockenshire are phenomenal. They made my students feel comfortable with their easy- going, knowledgeable and kind natures. I would highly recommend their presentations to all educators in WRDSB.Teacher Feedback
Very comfortable with the information and made the information age appropriate and accessible. Real life scenarios provided students with opportunities to think about various perspectives.Teacher Feedback
It was nice that the presenters were young and outgoing. Our students were able to relate to them well. They spoke in a way our students could understand. They used humour when talking about things. The use of models was helpful so our students could get a visual understanding. The use of small groups was good so they could talk amongst themselves. The games kept things fun and interactive.Teacher Feedback