Emma is a 30-year-old woman who has learning disabilities and ADHD. She lives in a large city in Alberta with her mother, father, and older sister. Although her parents control her finances, Emma is her own guardian. Emma is very independent and is planning to move out on her own. She attended public school in regular classrooms, and participated in some sex education classes. After graduating, she also attended workshops and meetings about sex and relationships, which she found helpful. Emma has never been on a romantic date or in a relationship, and has never been intimate. The agency facilitated workshops that she attended mostly focused on the vulnerability of persons with disabilities; therefore, Emma is very concerned about her safety. Her parents have also expressed concern about her wellbeing and caution Emma that somebody might take advantage of her. As a result of this focus on risk, Emma is very careful when meeting new people and has some difficulty establishing trust. She feels that sometimes this over-carefulness prevents her from connecting with other people. In the future, she hopes to have a good relationship and a family of her own.