Supporting Puberty and Adolescence – workshop for parents & carers of people with intellectual disability
SUPPORTING PUBERTY AND ADOLESCENCE
Workshop for parents and carers of people with intellectual disability.
Young people with disability may require specialised teaching strategies when learning about puberty and relationships. This workshop provides practical information for parents and carers to help support young people to understand the changes experienced at puberty and to manage this life-stage with confidence.
Topics covered include:
- Public and private concepts
- Body changes
- Healthy relationships
- Menstrual management
These workshops are brought to you by the South Australian Council on Intellectual Disability (SACID). Under license from Sexuality Education Counselling and Consultancy Agency (SECCA); a sexuality and disability agency based in Perth, who first created the workshops.
Funded by the Department of Human Services of the Government of South Australia.
This is workshop 3 of 4 in the Relationship Wise series.