Wow! I am thrilled to share this episode talking about how sex and sexuality can be the same but different after injuries involving the brain and spinal cord.
Meet Candice Care-Unger, the founder of Care Rehab. Candice is a passionate advocate for people with disabilities and she is here to share her story and talk about the importance of sexual rehabilitation for people with acquired disabilities.
This inspired Candice to start her own organization, Care Rehab, which is dedicated to helping people with disabilities reclaim their sexual lives. Candice's organization provides information, training, support and counseling for people with disabilities, and their partners, to help them overcome the physical and emotional challenges that can arise after an injury or illness.
Through her work, Candice has helped countless individuals with disabilities to understand that having an acquired disability does not mean the end of their sex life. Instead, it is a new opportunity to explore new ways of intimacy, pleasure and connection.
Visit the website for updates on educational resources such as ‘Talking to your child about sex after spinal cord injury’ and ‘Talking about Sex in Disability - how to bring it up and then what?’