What Parents Need To Know About Transgender Individuals

A free informational presentation for parents and community members

Parents and community members are invited to attend a free educational presentation, "What Parents Need to Know about Transgender Individuals" presented by Dr. Paula C. Rodriguez Rust of Spectrum Diversity, LLC. 

The presentation will help parents and other adults better understand gender identity and transgender issues, and provide tips on how to speak with children and adolescents about these sensitive topics, and will address questions attendees may have.

"Parents want to know what to do if a child's classmate is transgender, what to do if his/her own child is transgender," Dr. Rodriguez Rust said. "My goal is to help parents better understand what it means to be a transgender person, and how we know if a child is transgender.”

The program, is free and open to the public. It is co-sponsored by the Office of the Union County Superintendent of Schools and the Union County Office of LGBTQ Affairs.  For more information, contact Karen Positan, Union County Human Rights Commission, kpositan@ucnj.org or 908-889-9028.

 

Sat, February 23
6:30 pm — 8:30 pm
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A free informational presentation for parents and community members

Parents and community members are invited to attend a free educational presentation, "What Parents Need to Know about Transgender Individuals" presented by Dr. Paula C. Rodriguez Rust of Spectrum Diversity, LLC.

The presentation will help parents and other adults better understand gender identity and transgender ...

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