Relationships, Sexual Health and Parenthood Education for Children and Young People with Additional Support Needs. (Secondary)
A Framework Supporting Second to Fourth Level Curriculum for Excellence Health and Wellbeing 2017. (Stirling, Falkirk and Clackmannanshire Council)
This Framework is for staff and partners in schools, educational establishments and private settings with a remit for managing, planning or delivering Relationship, Sexual Health and Parenthood Education in Secondary settings for young people with Additional Support Needs (this includes children with special educational needs and/or a learning disability)
Relationships, Sexual Health & Parenthood Education for Children & Young People with additional support needs (Primary)
A Framework Supporting Early to Second Level Curriculum For Excellence Health and Wellbeing 2015. (Stirling, Falkirk and Clackmannanshire Council)
Sexual Health and Relationships Education for Young People with Learning Disabilities
New Online resource for teachers from Scottish Autism. The Autism Toolbox is a resource to support the inclusion of children and young people with autism spectrum disorder in mainstream education services in Scotland. As well as introducing and describing some of the more common challenges a pupil with autism might face, it provides real life case studies from Scottish schools and practical examples of supports that you can translate and use in your own school setting. It also signposts you to other websites you may find useful.
Preparing for (and Surviving) Puberty
'Preparing for (and Surviving) Puberty, a practical guide for parents and carers of children and young people with a learning disability' This guidance provides information and advice for parents on a range of issues associated with puberty. It also provides links to the Health and Wellbeing Outcomes and Experiences from the Curriculum for Excellence to support parents to work in partnership with schools and ensure a consistent message for their young people'
How Babies Are Made
How Babies are made - an easy-read resource to help children with learning disabilities, or primary school children, to learn about 'How Babies Are Made'. To hear the Audio function, download and save the pdf and open it in Acrobat Reader. This resource can be used in school as part of Relationships, Sexual Health and Parenthood Education and was developed to help meet one of the Second Level experiences and outcomes of the Health and Wellbeing Curriculum for Excellence - 'I am able to describe how human life begins and how a baby is born. HWB 2-50A'
Scottish Autism's Relationships & Sexual Wellbeing Policy and Best Practice Guidance
For service users of all ages. The values of Scottish Autism and the values of the Relationships & Sexual Wellbeing Policy and Best Practice Guidance reflect those set out by the National Care Standards, SSSC Codes of Practice, The Keys to Life, The Charter for Involvement and the Health and Wellbeing Outcomes.
This Policy is also available in Friendly Format
Scottish Autism's prompt sheet
To aid discussion about Relationships & Sexual Wellbeing at Care Plan Review
A friendly-format RSHP policy produced by Scottish Autism's New Struan School, Alloa and Common Knowledge, Glasgow.
Designed to help young people, parents and teachers to understand the importance of RSHP, particularly for learners with additional support needs.
Love Sex and You
'Love, Sex and You'. A booklet designed for young people and adults. Includes information on 'Relationships, Sex, Contraception, Being Safer, Your Body and Where to get more information'.
Original booklet by Dorset People First and Dorset PCT. Adapted (with permission) to include NHS Forth Valley services.
Resource from Learning Teaching Scotland (now Education Scotland) titled 'Relationships, Sexual Health and Parenthood Resource for Young People with Autism Spectrum Disorder'
RSHPE RESOURCE LIST FOR YOUNG PEOPLE WITH A LEARNING DISABILITY
This resource list provides a comprehensive overview of RSHP education resources currently available for use with young people with a learning disability.
*Please note this is from Healthy Respect, NHS Lothian. Your local contact for resources, information, advice and training is Joanne Barrie -email@example.com
'What is Transgender?' booklet.
This was created by the former LGBT Learning Disability Project at LGBT Health and Wellbeing, with funding from the Scottish Government and support from the Equality Network. It is an easier-to-read resource.