Curriculum: Sexuality Education for People with Developmental Disabilities

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One-of-a-kind curriculum for people who need content and tools to teach sexuality classes.



This one-of-a-kind curriculum has been field-tested and praised by experts and laypeople alike. It’s cognitively accessible and designed for teams of self-advocates, staff and teachers to co-lead an inspiring and engaging sexuality class. Included with the curriculum is a comprehensive Instructor Manual that provides tips on how to establish a sexuality education class and how to be an effective, engaging sexuality educator. It also outlines common challenges when teaching this topic and offers innovative strategies to help overcome them.

2 reviews for Curriculum: Sexuality Education for People with Developmental Disabilities

  1. Katy Park

    I cannot recommend this important curriculum enough! I have had the opportunity to work with self-advocates for over 13 years and and over the course of this time, I became aware of how little accessible healthy relationship and sexuality education has been available to the diversely-abled population. It also became clear to me how much potential relational suffering can result from this lack of resources. I was so very thankful to come across this comprehensive guide, that skillfully equips educators and self-advocates to deliver this fundamental information that we all need as human beings. We all deserve to be in healthy, mutual, safe, pleasurable, and fulfilling relationships and this curriculum equips people to do just that!

  2. Katie Sweet

    This curriculum is incredibly important for successful relationship building for people with developmental disabilities. I have taught from this curriculum many times now and could not be happier with the response that I am receiving from our participants. Katherine has also been incredibly responsive when I have had any questions and has been there for any support that I need. I recommend this curriculum to any individual or agency which are looking to make a change in the lives of people with developmental disabilities and how they perceive sex, relationships, love, and much more!

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