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Emotional changes: riding the rollercoaster

Zoom App - Virtual Meeting

It may seem like the teenage years and moodiness go hand-in-hand. When children start puberty, changes to hormones, relationships, identity and their body can cause their moods to be more changeable.

Free

Periods: going with the flow

Zoom App - Virtual Meeting

Preparing a child for their period can be a challenging time for a lot of parents of children with disability. Join us we discuss tips and strategies for preparing your child for periods, strategies for helping your child to manage their period and seeking support from your doctor.

Free

Wet dreams and erections: preparing for lift off

Zoom App - Virtual Meeting

As boys start puberty they begin to experience wet dreams and more frequent erections. It is important to prepare your child for these changes but it can sometimes be difficult to know where to start.

Free

Hygiene: It all comes out in the wash

Zoom App - Virtual Meeting

Changes to your child’s body during puberty means they will need to include new activities in their personal care and hygiene routines. Join us as we discuss tips and strategies for supporting your child to learn about new hygiene activities like using deodorant, washing their penis/vulva, showering regularly and shaving facial hair.

Free

Masturbation: it’s a touchy subject

Zoom App - Virtual Meeting

Masturbation is a normal part of growing up, but sometimes it can be hard to talk about with your children. For parents and carers of children with disability there may also be concerns about their child learning about privacy and masturbation.

Free

Emotional changes: riding the rollercoaster

Zoom App - Virtual Meeting

It may seem like the teenage years and moodiness go hand-in-hand. When children start puberty, changes to hormones, relationships, identity and their body can cause their moods to be more changeable.

Free

Periods: going with the flow

Zoom App - Virtual Meeting

Preparing a child for their period can be a challenging time for a lot of parents of children with disability. Join us we discuss tips and strategies for preparing your child for periods, strategies for helping your child to manage their period and seeking support from your doctor.

Free

Wet dreams and erections: preparing for lift off

Zoom App - Virtual Meeting

As boys start puberty they begin to experience wet dreams and more frequent erections. It is important to prepare your child for these changes but it can sometimes be difficult to know where to start. Join us as we discuss strategies and resources you can use to help your child to learn about and manage wet dreams and erections.

Free

Hygiene: it all comes out in the wash

Zoom App - Virtual Meeting

Changes to your child’s body during puberty means they will need to include new activities in their personal care and hygiene routines. For parents and carers of children with intellectual disability and autism this can raise concerns about how they will introduce these new skills to their child to help keep their bodies clean and healthy. Join us as we discuss strategies and resources you can use to support your child to learn about using deodorant, caring for their skin, showering and keeping their private body parts healthy.

Free

Masturbation: it’s a touchy subject

Zoom App - Virtual Meeting

Masturbation is a normal part of growing up, but sometimes it can be hard to talk about with your children. For parents and carers of children with disability there may also be concerns about their child learning about privacy and masturbation. Join us as we discuss how to talk to your child about masturbation, what is normal, teaching private behaviours and using pornography.

Free

Emotions: riding the rollercoaster

Zoom App - Virtual Meeting

It may seem like the teenage years and moodiness go hand-in-hand. When children start puberty, changes to hormones, relationships, identity and their body can cause their moods to be more changeable. Special guest speaker psychologist Zoe Semmler from Family Planning NSW sexuality and disability service will be joining us to discuss hormones, strategies for dealing with mood changes and outbursts, and talking to your child about sexy feelings
Who is this webinar for? Parents and carers of children with intellectual disability and autism. This webinar is not suitable for children to attend.

Free

Periods: going with the flow

Zoom App - Virtual Meeting

Preparing a child for their period can be a challenging time for a lot of parents of children with disability. Join us we discuss tips and strategies for preparing your child for periods, strategies for helping your child to manage their period and seeking support from your doctor.

Free

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