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Your rights about sex : a booklet for people with learning difficulties.

By: McCarthy, Michelle.
Contributor(s): Cambridge, Paul.
Publisher: Kidderminster BILD Publications 1996Description: 20 p. : ill.ISBN: 1873791526.Subject(s): LEARNING DIFFICULTIES | INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY | SEXUAL RIGHTS | SEXUALITY | SEX EDUCATION | RELATIONSHIPSSummary: This booklet is designed to tell people with learning disabilties about some of their sexual rights. The booklet is not meant to be used as a substitute for formal sex education or instead of talking informally about sex. Rather, it should be used as part of a commitment to provide ongoing support to people with their sexual lives. It may encourage questions and discussion and for some people highlight a need for further sex education. It is designed to be read by people with learning disabilities themselves, with staff support to provide explanations. However, it may also be of use to people who cannot necessarily read it themselves, but who could understand the basic messages, with help from staff. There is space on the inside cover to fill in the name of a person who the service user can turn to for more help. [AJ].
List(s) this item appears in: Sexual relationships. June 2017 | Relationships, sex and consent May 2018
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This booklet is designed to tell people with learning disabilties about some of their sexual rights. The booklet is not meant to be used as a substitute for formal sex education or instead of talking informally about sex. Rather, it should be used as part of a commitment to provide ongoing support to people with their sexual lives. It may encourage questions and discussion and for some people highlight a need for further sex education. It is designed to be read by people with learning disabilities themselves, with staff support to provide explanations. However, it may also be of use to people who cannot necessarily read it themselves, but who could understand the basic messages, with help from staff. There is space on the inside cover to fill in the name of a person who the service user can turn to for more help. [AJ].

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