Relationship Enhancement and Sexual Health

Positive Teaching

The FutureImpact program focuses on healthy dating relationships with emphasis on sexual risk avoidance behavior.  We also highlight the many positive aspects of waiting for sex.
Our high-energy speakers have a passion for this program, will love interacting with your students, and come with over 17 years of classroom experience!
FutureImpact provides a positive, lifestyle-changing message from which every student can benefit.
Students will be challenged to think about their choices and the impact their choices may have on their future.

Future Impact offers the following programs:​

For Parents

 

R-E-S-P-E-C-T

Description

Curriculum follows Washington state Healthy Standards, specifically focusing on the Sexual Health standards for grades 7-12: H1.Se4 (prevention); H1.Se5 (Healthy Relationships)

The presentation reviews the difference between relative and absolute truth; how the power of media influences our decisions and behavior; introduction and reasons for dating and the idea that a student may be dating someone else’s future spouse; what respect looks like in a relationship

 

Grade: 6th

Time: 45 minutes

You, Me and an STD

Description

Curriculum follows Washington state Healthy Standards, specifically focusing on the Sexual Health standards for grades 7-12: H1.Se4 (prevention); H1.Se5 (Healthy Relationships)

A fun presentation educating on the risks of sexual involvement. This is done through student-interactive activities which brings fun and humor in the classroom but also teaches the seriousness of STIs and how easily they are transmitted.

Grade: 7th-9th

Time: 45 minutes

Your Future

Description

Curriculum follows Washington state Healthy Standards, specifically focusing on the Sexual Health standards for grades 7-12: H1.Se4 (prevention); H1.Se5 (Healthy Relationships); H1Se6 (Washington State Laws)

The FutureImpact program focuses on healthy dating relationships with emphasis on sexual risk avoidance behavior.  We also highlight the many positive aspects of waiting for sex. We provide an upbeat, lifestyle-changing message from which every student can benefit. Students will be challenged to think about their choices and the impact their choices may have on their future. Subjects covered are:

 

  • goal setting and boundaries

  • what is maturity

  • risks of pre-marital sex including STIs, pregnancy and emotional consequences

  • physical boundaries in a relationships

  • sex addiction and the brain (HS level only)

  • difference between and love and infatuation

  • refusal skills

  • opportunities to start over

Grade: 7th-12th

Time: 2hrs

Relationships Under Construction 

-Teen Dating Violence-
Description

The Program is designed to help young people understand the dangers of teen dating violence and equip them to guard against human sex trafficking. Real testimonies are shared, along with warning signs to look for and worksheets to assess their own relationships.

Grade: 7th-10th [this includes 3 different programs for 7th, 8th, 9-10th]

Time: 2hrs [for each]

 
 
 
 

Perception

- Exposing the Truth of Child Sex Trafficking & Discerning the Dangers of Social Media-
Description

The Perception curriculum follows the Washington State Healthy Standards, specifically focusing on the Safety Standards of H1.Sa3.6a; H4.Sa3; and H1.Sa3.6b

 

This presentation was created to meet the growing need to inform teens and their parents of child sex trafficking in their own backyard along with internet dangers preying on youth. Subjects included are:

  • Understanding the scope of the problem

  • How to recognize coercion and manipulations, and expose the “grooming process”

  • Powerful testimony from a young victim who was lured into sex trafficking

  • Understanding the difference between healthy and unhealthy relationships

  • Exploring the dangers of the internet and new technology

  • Understanding how social media plays a part in the lures of child sex trafficking and safety measures that can be taken.

  • Giving young people the resources to get help if they (or someone they know) is in danger

Grade: 6th-12th

Time: 2hrs

Sexual Education Core Idea:

Sexual Health (SeHe)
Description

This presentation curriculum follows the Washington State Healthy Standards, specifically focusing on the Sexual Health Standards for grades 7-12: H1.Se1 (Anatomy, Reproduction, and Pregnancy); H1.Se2 (Puberty and Development); H1.Se4 (prevention); H1.Se5 (Healthy Relationships)

 

This presentation covers Washington State OSPI core requirements for Sexual Health of:

  • Anatomy, Reproduction, and Pregnancy 

  • Puberty and Development

  • Self-Identity

  • Prevention

  • Healthy Relationships [FutureIMpact - Your Future]

  • Washington State Laws 

Grade: 7th-12th

Time: 5-6 time periods [teachers can also pick and choose which portion they'd like covered]

 

For Parents

How to Survive Your Teen's Dating Years 

Description

Have you asked these questions? How can I talk to my teenager about relationships, sex, & STDs? What should I do to encourage my child in regards to sexual activity? How should I handle various dating relationships? 

This parenting workshop deals with these commonly asked questions from parents. Learn what influences your child's decision to be sexually active....or not. Discover creative ways to train your child at any age to know appropriate behavior. Investigate the difference between sex and intimacy and how to teach your kids to have healthy friendships. Review refusal skills in dealing with negative peer pressure. Learn about the risks associated with sexual activity and how to talk about this with your teen. Research has shown teens actually do want to have this conversation with their parents. They just don't know how to begin. Let us help you get the conversation started. 

Time: 90-minutes 

Becoming the Expert in Your Child's Eyes

[How to effectively talk to your child about sex]
Description

Ever wonder how you begin the conversation about sex with your child? Does even the thought of it make you sweat? Does your child look to you for answers regarding sex or would they seek out their peers? This workshop is designed to equip parents with the knowledge and confidence and to take the fear our of a unique topic. This 90-minute presentation is free of charge and comes with humor, sensitivity, and resources.

Time: 90-minutes 

 
 

Exploring the Dangers of Child Sex Trafficking and Dangers of Social Media

Description

This workshop empowers parents to up their game in the child-rearing department when it comes to electronic devices and their adolescent children. Topics will cover the understanding of brain development at this age and why it is important for parents to plug in versus burying their heads due to unfamiliarity with social media. Additionally, information will be shared on the widespread concern of child sex trafficking with special focus on the use of media to lure children, predator tactics, what puts adolescents at increased risk, symptoms to watch for, and best of all, the greatest tip to help parents with their children in reducing the risk.

Time: 60-minutes 

 

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