Sex Education Bibliographies


  • 18. The Rules of Sex

    Intended audience: clients, families, and professionals. This book provides clearly understandable and unambiguous guidelines to individuals who haven't had these issues explained to them. This gives people with intellectual disabilities the opportunity to learn about sex and the law in a safe, non-threatening and easy-to-understand way.

  • 19. Enabling Romance

    Intended audience: Adults with disabilities, parents, and professionals. Written by a disabled husband and his nondisabled wife, explores sexual variations and alternatives. Contains inspiring advice on building self-esteem and developing lasting, rewarding relationships. In addition, the authors offer a wealth of practical advice on everything from family planning. Sensitive to the needs and conditions of varying disabilities.

  • Asperger’s Syndrome and Sexuality

    Playing the dating game can be tricky especially for individuals with Asperger's Syndrome. The book provides practical information and advice on issues rauging from puberty, sexual development and gender identity to maintaining sexual bowndaries.

  • Autism-Asperger's & Sexuality

    Intended audience: Families, Clients. This book is a groundbreaking, personal look at the sexual challenges of those diagnosed with autism or Asperger's syndrome. The authors include information from the first sexual interest to personal responsibility. In addition, chapters are devoted to rape, molestation and abuse as well as social issues involved in sexual relationships. Please not that parental guidance is recommended.

  • Changes in You

    This is a beautifully illustrated, simply worded explanation of the changes of puberty for girls. Chapters include "Public Changes", "Private Changes", and "Life Changes-Making Choices". ***Includes two parent guides. One is specifically designed for parent of a daughter with special needs.***