By Josefina J. Card PhD, Tabitha Benner MPA
This helpful sourcebook includes greater than sixty ready-to-use actions to assist practitioners train children approximately being pregnant and STD/HIV/AIDS prevention. The actions are drawn from prevention courses round the nation which have been scientifically evaluated and confirmed to alter teenagers' overall healthiness behaviors. The e-book is split into six sections in keeping with job type:
- Role plays
- Group discussions
- Homework assignments
- Group activities
- Teacher-led discussions
- Other modalities
Exercises exhibit youngsters how to:
- Discuss sexual matters and sexuality
- Negotiate condom use
- Protect themselves from STIs/HIV/AIDS
- Have a better figuring out of homosexual, lesbian, and bisexual issues.
This wide selection of actions can be utilized by way of practitioners to strengthen a sexuality schooling software from scratch or to complement an latest application. such a lot actions should be led by way of lecture room lecturers, facilitators, or healthiness educators with out past adventure. The actions are appropriate for community-based enterprises, overall healthiness clinics, or school room settings.
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Optional Guidance Steps for Using a Condom Putting on a Condom 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Open the package carefully. Put a drop of water-based lubricant inside the tip of the condom. Roll down 1/2 inch of condom. Put the rubber against the head of the hard penis. ) Squeeze any air out of the rubber. Roll the rubber all the way down to the base of the penis. Gently smooth out any air. Taking off a Condom 1. 2. 3. 4. Pull out gently while the penis is still hard. Hold the condom at the base of the penis while pulling out so the rubber doesn’t leak or fall off.
Person 1: Person 2: I’ve been looking forward to this night with you—please don’t spoil it. I hope the night won’t be spoiled. Person 1: Person 2: If I’d known you’d be like this, I wouldn’t have come here with you. I guess not, but I know we can have fun. Let’s get something to eat in the kitchen. Person 1: Person 2: I guess I don’t have much choice. Yes, I suppose so. But I’ll give you the choice of the next movie we go to. 21 ATTACHMENT At a Party At a Party—Role Play Setting the Stage: You are at a party with someone you have gone out with a few times.
Practice communicating safer-sex behaviors with partners. Original Program Setting APHP can be implemented in clinics and community-based organizations. Although the original field study was conducted with pregnant women, the program is also appropriate for all older adolescents and young adult women (ages 16+). Time Needed 10–20 minutes Age Level Ages 16 to adult Staff Needed A female masters-level psychologist or health educator, should deliver the intervention. She should be able to empathize with participants, possess a working knowledge of AIDS and health concerns, and communicate a positive health message.
Adolescent Sexual Health Education: An Activity Sourcebook by Josefina J. Card PhD, Tabitha Benner MPA