Sexuality Resource Center for Parents: Tools, Tips, and Tricks for Teaching Children about Human Sexuality

Additional Resources

(For Parents of Children with Physical Disabilities)

The following resources are specific to physical disabilities and sexuality. We also encourage you to take a thorough look at the additional resources that we collected for parents of children with typical development by clicking here.

Note: In addition to resources for parents, you will also find that we have included resources for children here. Before you pass along any of these resources to your child, we strongly suggest that you check them out first. We may think that a particular website or book is a great resource for children, but that doesn't mean you have to agree. Choose materials that reflect your values and the messages you want your child to receive.


For Parents and Older Children

Sexuality Education for Students with Disabilities at Center for Parent Information and Resources. Lots of great information and a huge number of links to other useful websites.

Healthy Relationships, Sexuality and Disability Resource Guide 2014 from the Massachusetts Department of Public Health and the Massachusetts Department of Developmental Services

Youth with Disabilities at TASCC (Talking about Sexuality in Canadian Communities)

Disability and Sexuality Resources from "incurable hippie." This blog entry contains an incredibly extensive list of links to articles about many different disabilities and their effects on sexuality.

Effective Outreach to the GLBT Disability Community at Benchmark Institute

In Print

For Parents and Older Children

The Ultimate Guide to Sex and Disability: For All of Us Who Live with Disabilities, Chronic Pain & Illness, Miriam Kaufman, Cory Silverberg, and Fran Odette, Cleis Press, Inc., 2007. Get this book. It also contains an incredible resource section – for both online and print resources.

The Guide to Getting It On, Paul Joannides, Goofy Foot Press, 2009

Enabling Romance: A Guide to Love, Sex and Relationships for People with Disabilities (And the People who Care About Them), Ken Kroll and Erica Levy Klein, No Limits Communications, 2001

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