What Moves Us is designed for adult participants of all ages and stages of life, young adult through elder, who seek an in-depth faith development experience. Because of the small-group process, the ideal workshop size is nine to twelve participants, although the workshops can accommodate as few as six persons or as many as 20.
Participants will be invited to bring their own stories to the group and to share some of their own experiences in both small and large groups.
People with obvious and not-so-obvious disabilities need accommodation in order to participate fully. As a presenter, you may or may not be aware of a participant's need for accommodations. In addition to accommodating the accessibility needs of participants who request them, you are urged to follow these basic accessibility guidelines for every workshop activity.
Find more guidance on the Unitarian Universalist Association website, including information about accommodating people with specific accessibility needs.
Though focused on inclusion of children, Welcoming Children with Special Needs: a Guidebook for Faith Communities by Sally Patton (Boston: Unitarian Universalist Association, 2004) can also help leaders of adult workshops.
In addition, some workshop activities suggest specific adaptation under the heading "Including All Participants."
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Last updated on Tuesday, February 19, 2013.
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