Women’s Reproductive Health and Self-Advocacy Training (RHSA)


RHSA is a peer-advocacy-based training program for women with developmental disabilities. The three-session training is co-taught by a health educator and a female client, and includes topics such as:

  • basic anatomy,
  • menstruation,
  • menopause,
  • pregnancy,
  • sexually transmitted diseases,
  • contraception,
  • the importance of women’s health exams,
  • and using self-advocacy to communicate with your doctor.

Class dependent on enrollment, six person minimum.

For more information about this training contact Mary Flynn at 213.383.1300, x. 4974 or .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).