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A lot of people find it hard to talk to kids about sex and relationships. They might not know how to start the conversation or what to say to kids to help them stay safe. This page pulls together some great resources to help you along the way.
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Kids whose parents yarn with them about sex and relationships often have sex at an older age and make safer choices than kids who are left to find out for themselves. This resource is all about the types of things mums and dads can be yarning with their kids about so they can have the skills and knowledge to have strong, safe and healthy relationships. (Produced by WA Health)
These guides offer simple, easy-to-read information on many of the issues faced by parents from birth through adolescence. Topics include: being a dad, healthy families; role models; safe families; strong families; teenagers. Enter 'Aboriginal Parent Easy Guides' in the 'Search Keyword' box to access list of relevant guides. (Produced by Parenting SA)
The Hep B story is a visual, interactive app in English and Yolŋu matha designed for patients living with chronic hepatitis B (hep B) and their families. It tells the story of the hep B virus, how you get it, what happens over time, how you know you have it as well as details about immunisation and treatment (including a game). There is also a separate women’s section dealing with mother to child transmission and ways to prevent it.