When Young People with Intellectual Disabilities and Autism Hit Puberty : a Parents' Q & A Guide to Health, Sexuality and Relationships. (eBook, 2016) [WorldCat.org]
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When Young People with Intellectual Disabilities and Autism Hit Puberty : a Parents' Q & A Guide to Health, Sexuality and Relationships.

Author: Freddy Jackson Brown; Sarah Brown; Richard Hastings
Publisher: London : Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2016.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Written for parents and carers of young people with an intellectual disability or autism, this guide provides answers the questions that you may have felt too uncomfortable to ask before. Supported  Read more...

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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Freddy Jackson Brown; Sarah Brown; Richard Hastings
ISBN: 9781784502164 1784502162
OCLC Number: 1105440242
Notes: 8.1 Will my son/daughter be legally allowed to have a sexual relationship at 16?
Description: 1 online resource (1 recurso electrónico.)
Contents: Intro; When Young People with Intellectual Disabilities and Autism Hit Puberty by Freddy Jackson Brown and Sarah Brown; Foreword; 1. The Importance of Sex Education; 2. Why read this book? Healthy Development and Keeping Safe; 3. Biology, Bodies and Growing Up With Intellectual Disabilities; 4. Bodies ; 5. Behaviour; 6. Feelings; 7. Relationships; 8. Young People, Sex and the Law; 9. Relationships and Sex Education ; References; Sex education in the UK; Child development, sexuality and disability; Why is it difficult to talk about sex?; Sexual abuse and 'thinking the unthinkable' Principles for keeping safe To talk or not to talk ... ; The biology of puberty; Puberty for children with intellectual disabilities; 4.1 I'm worried about my child starting puberty. What can I do to help?; 4.2 How do I help my child to keep clean and wash properly?; 4.3 My child has a grown up body. Should I still be helping with intimate care?; 4.4 Acne, spots and skincare: Helping my child look after their skin; 4.5 My son's body odour is getting stronger. What should I do?; 4.6 How do I help my child learn to use the toilet independently? 4.7 What should I do when my son has erections when I change his continence pad?4.8 My daughter is growing pubic hair, what should I do?; 4.9 My son is growing facial hair, what should I do?; 4.10 How do I teach my daughter to use sanitary pads?; 4.11 What should I do about wet dreams, soiled pyjamas and bedding?; Resources; 5.1 My son keeps talking about women's bodies. What can I do?; 5.2 My son keeps trying to masturbate, but doesn't know how: What can I do?; 5.3 My daughter keeps masturbating in public --
rubbing herself against things --
what can I do? 5.4 My child touches other people inappropriately, what can I do?5.5 My son likes dressing up in women's clothes. What should I do?; 5.6 My child wants to use pornography. What should I do?; 5.7 My son thinks everyone on the Internet is his best friend. How do I keep him safe?; 5.8 My son is sexually interested in feet/nappies/phones, etc. What should I do?; 5.9 Sexting, nude selfies and social media: How do I keep my child safe?; 5.10 What issues might my child have around body image and physical differences?; Resources. 6.1 I'm worried my child is vulnerable to abuse. What can I do?6.2 How do I help my child express their feelings?; 6.3 My daughter seems very moody, what can I do?; 6.4 Teenage emotional states --
childhood to adulthood --
what can I expect?; 6.5 My child wants a girlfriend/boyfriend, but I'm worried they'll be rejected. How can I help?; Resources; 7.1 How do I teach my child what makes a friend?; 7.2 My daughter's got a boyfriend/girlfriend, what's going on?; 7.3 Will my child ever be able to get married?; 7.4 How much choice and control should I give my child? ; Resources.

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As a parent of a teenage boy with an intellectual disability, this book is a must read. It will be my go-to guide for many years to come. With refreshing 'frankness', the book answers questions that Read more...

 
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