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Puberty and Special Girls : This book has been written for girls with special needs. It help girls to adjust to the changes experienced at puberty, and provide valuable resources for parents, teachers and carers - Rose Stewart

Puberty and Special Girls

This book has been written for girls with special needs. It help girls to adjust to the changes experienced at puberty, and provide valuable resources for parents, teachers and carers

By: Rose Stewart, Heather Anderson, Fay Angelo

Spiral Ringed Book | 1 May 2010

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Puberty and Special Girls is a puberty resource written for girls with special needs, including:
  • Intellectual disability
  • Physical disability
  • Language disorder
  • Autism
Puberty and Special Girls has been written for girls with special needs. It provides practical information about growing up and will help girls understand the changes they will experience at puberty. It is easy to understand, includes excellent illustrations and offers age appropriate information in a friendly and inclusive manner, which is ideal for girls with special needs.

This is a puberty book for girls with learning disabilities. It includes additional information to the content of Special Girls’ Business™, including:
  • Information needed to develop a greater understanding about puberty and sexuality.
  • Management of periods using pads or tampons.
  • Hints on personal hygiene.
  • Strategies for coping with mood changes.
  • Information about emerging sexuality.
  • Protective behaviours.
  • Practical hints for parents, teachers and carers.
Puberty and Special Girls will help girls with special needs, and the important adults in their lives, to manage this stage of life with confidence.

About the Author

Heather Anderson is a Health Nurse for Sexual and Reproductive Health and a Sexuality Educator. Fay Angelo is an Assistant Principle, Pupil Welfare Coordinator and Teacher, and Rose Stewart is a Teacher and Psychologist.