Resources

Order the Sexuality for All Abilities book!

This essential manual helps educators comfortably and knowledgeably bring comprehensive sex education to the special education classroom.

It’s full of best practices for providing students with developmental disabilities with the knowledge and tools to engage in healthy relationships and live full lives as self-advocating sexual beings.

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Read this Call to Action from SIECUS

We were honored and enthusiastic about expressing our support for Comprehensive Sex Education for Youth with Disabilities in this report, as well as to share our curriculum as a resource. Read more about the history, research and hope for the future of Sex Education for young people with disabilities.

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Video Resources on our YouTube Channel

Find videos to support you and the people you work with! Many of the videos were made with our partners at Quillo who provide amazing video support to Direct Support Professionals.

  • Healthy Relationships
  • Boundaries
  • Consent
  • Rejection
  • Guided Relaxations
  • More!

See our Boundaries Flip Books in action!

Our Boundaries Flip Books create sentences for discussion on healthy and unhealthy behaviors and touch. This activity helps people explore personal boundaries and appropriate behavior.

Many thanks to The Provincial Outreach Program for Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (POPFASD) in British Columbia for creating this video!

Find out more about POPFASD by visiting their website.

 

Tips for Parents & Caregivers to Support the Sexual Health of Loved-Ones with Disabilities

Sexuality for All Abilities Blog

Our blog has thougthful articles on topics ranging from talking to people about sexuality to teaching about pleasure.

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Have you ever heard someone say that sex is an unhealthy behavior? Or felt that way yourself?

Check out this blog post to read more about how we’re exploring this topic with people with disabilities.