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It can be daunting to try to talk to your child about relationships and sex. Most parents want to, but often don’t know the best way. The Sexual Health & Crisis Pregnancy Programme has produced a range of resources to help in communicating with children aged 10-17 about sex and relationships. You can view them online or order copies here.
It’s important to communicate with your child. Communicating with your child can make a positive difference to them. Our research tells us that good sex education at home and in school can increase the likelihood that teenagers will wait until they are 17 or older before they have sex and that they will use contraception when they do.
The Sexual Health & Crisis Pregnancy Programme has produced a range of relationships and sex education resources for communicating with children aged 10-17 that you can view online or order.
All resources are free and can be downloaded or ordered in the publications section of the website; click here
Relationships and Sexuality Education – Going Forward Together – Booklet on RSE for parents: download a copy from www.ecdrumcondra.ie
The National Parents Council Primary – ‘Parenting: Supporting your child to build healthy friendships and relationships.’ Visit the National Parents Council Primary website for more information.
Irish Family Planning Association – ‘Speakeasy’ Visit the Irish Family Planning Association website for more information.
South West Counselling Centre – ‘Parent First’ Visit the South West Counselling Centre website for more information.
Limerick Social Service – ‘Limerick City Slickers’. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.Print Page