Sex Education for Individuals with ASD

Kate Loving, M.S., BCBA Author
11/21/2022 Added
48 Plays


Understanding and possessing the ability to express one’s sexuality can be viewed as a basic human right, yet for many individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), this is not a right afforded to them. Traditional relationship development and sex education curriculum is often inaccessible to individuals with ASD, indicating the need for more person-centered programming that considers the strengths and needs of each individual.

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