Family Planning Victoria launches new resource for educators working with students with intellectual disability

Family Planning Victoria launches new resource for educators working with students with intellectual disability

Family Planning Victoria (FPV) are pleased to announce the launch of the new Relationships and Sexuality Education for Students with Disability resource at the Principals’ Association of Specialist School’s General Meeting on August 11th 2017.

Family Planning Victoria’s Athi Kokonis will launch the new resource, which provides educators working with students with intellectual disability with a comprehensive, age and developmentally appropriate set of relationships and sexuality education classroom materials.

The resource contains practical and authentic learning activities that scaffold learning from Towards Foundation Level (Levels A-D) through to Levels 9-10 of the Victorian Curriculum, and utilises Boardmaker® images to support student understanding.

The resource has been developed with the expertise of FPV Relationships and Sexuality Education educators, as well as through expert advice from specialist sexual and reproductive health disability counsellors and specialist school teachers and principals.

The resource will be available to download from the rse.fpv.org.au website from 11th August, 2017.

Request a digital copy of the Relationships & Sexuality Education for Students with Disability resource

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Categories: People with a Disability , Schools & Teachers

Tags: Relationships & Sexuality Education, Disability, Teaching Resource