This program is intended for adults. The workshops are equally suitable for first-time visitors and long-time congregational members. Facilitators should be attentive to the differences in knowledge and life experience participants bring to the group, particularly if the group includes a wide age span.
Workshops can accommodate any number of participants. Workshops of fewer than six participants can do small group activities as a full group, or skip some small group activities. A group with more than 25 participants will need at least three facilitators.
People with obvious and not-so-obvious disabilities may need accommodation in order to participate fully. You are urged to follow these basic Accessibility Guidelines for Workshop Presenters:
The Unitarian Universalist Association website and staff can offer guidance for including people with specific disabilities; consult the "Disability and Accessibility" section on the UUA website.
Participants bring a wide range of learning styles and preferences. With this in mind, the workshops offer a variety of activities. Review each workshop's Alternate Activities when preparing to lead. Plan each workshop to best suit your group.
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Last updated on Friday, November 22, 2013.
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