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NCB Sex Education Forum supports the aim of providing all professionals involved in SRE with the information they need to ensure all young people receive good quality SRE.
Me-and-Us produces educational resources on Sex and Relationships Education (SRE) and Personal, Social and Health Education (PSHE), with particularly good guides for work with disabled young people.
The PSHE Association (formally the PSHE Subject Association) was set up in 2006 with government funding to help support PSHE practitioners across all phases to raise the quality of PSHE teaching and raise its' status in the curriculum.
CHANGE is a leading national human rights organisation led by Disabled People. They work for the human rights of all people with learning disabilities. Between 2007 and 2010 CHANGE and the University of Leeds spent three years doing ground-breaking research about people with learning disabilities and sex and relationships education.
Foundation for people with learning disabilities aims to break down the economic and social barriers and prejudices that people with learning disabilities face throughout their lives, as well as providing information, resources and services that can help them lead fuller, more independent lives.
In Touch is an exciting initiative that will give disabled people greater and easier access to services and information around sexual health.
SREresouces.com is passionate about providing high quality learning resources and information about sex for young people with disabilities.
Brook recognises that disabled people have equal rights to a full sexual relationship and the same access to sex and relationships education, contraception and sexual health care as any other young person.
FPA have publications, resources, trainings and guidance relating to Disability, Sex and Relationships.
SHADA was formed in 2005 by the Outsiders Trust to bring together professionals who work with disabled people and empower them to support disabled people in their sex and relationship needs.
How it is is an image vocabulary that has been developed to help children communicate about a range of important issues. It has been developed by Triangle and funded and supported by the NSPCC.