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Puberty and sexuality for children and young people with a learning disability

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Series : Sexual health - young people

Published : January 2009
Page Length : 203
Format : Information pack A4
Supplier : N/A
Publisher : Leeds Community Healthcare

This award winning teaching pack has been developed to be taught to learning disabled children and young people between the ages of 9-18 years old. It is acknowledged however that depending on the age and the cognitive ability this may vary. It has been designed to include the needs of children and young people with severe learning disability to deliver extensive knowledge appropriate to this group but equally comparable to their mainstream peers. The pack is based on information from a variety of sources and supporting evidence. It uses an array of visual and tactile resources to enable children to maximise their learning including dance and movement, anatomically correct dolls, role play and experiential learning. It can be used with both individuals and groups of children and is effective in school, residential and home environments.