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Working with students with special needs can be a challenge. While individuals may have sexual feelings, there is often very little access to sex education.
This booklet is designed to give teachers and caregivers an overview of developmental disability, sexuality, and tools and suggestions for teaching the subject.
This booklet covers:
-What are developmental disabilities
-Why sex education is important
-Issues specific to this population
-Guidelines and suggestions for discussing sexuality
-Taking the environment into consideration
-A note about masturbation
-Additional Resources of books, videos and websites for both teachers and students
The booklet is 23 pages.
This booklet is available in audio format for those with visual impairments. It is a .wav file so it can be played on an mp3 player, on CD, or on the computer. The booklet is narrated by Frank Kermit, and runs approximately 45 minutes.
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Sexpressions has hosted an online marketplace for sex ed resources, providing comprehensive sex education for youth since 2000. Director and author Stephanie Mitelman is a sexuality educator certified by AASECT, the American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors, and Therapists. She publishes specialized resources and offers workshops for teens, parents and First Nations communities. Based in Montreal, she tours across Canada training teachers and health care providers.
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