Puberty Education for Youth with Autism
Robert Crown Center for Health Education
The Robert Crown Center for Health Education requests a grant to develop a puberty education program for youth with autism and their parents and teachers. Because of the increased demand from schools and parents in the community for puberty education programs for students with autism and the newly completed update of our Family Life curriculum they are positioned to develop a puberty education program that is tailored to the learning styles and language abilities of youth with autism, incorporates best practices for youth with autism and provides support and resources for parents and teachers. After this puberty education project is completed they will develop additional age-appropriate sexuality education programs for youth with autism that are based on our comprehensive Family Life curriculum and include the topics of embryology, human reproduction and teen sexual health.