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Programs for individuals with disabilities and their support person

We know that there are many barriers for people of all ages with I/DD when it comes to accessing the quality relationship and sexual health education they need and deserve. The most glaring being that relationship and sexual health education in Ohio is severely lacking, especially for people without disabilities.  In addition, relationship and sexual health education often stops once people are no longer school-aged. The American College and Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) states that “comprehensive sexuality education should begin in early childhood and continue through a person’s lifespan.” At Planned Parenthood Southwest Ohio, we have been providing direct education and training services for people with I/DD and their families and support systems since 2017.


Our Education team reserves limited space for 1:1 Education services for people with IDD. Please email [email protected] for an intake form and to get started.


Our Education team runs group education for people with I/DD. Groups run for 6 weeks and cover: relationships, consent and boundaries, anatomy and hygiene, STIs, protection methods, pregnancy and decisions about parenting and internet safety. Email [email protected] for an intake form and to get started.

Self-Paced Course

Self-paced course

  • An online, self-paced course on relationships, consent, boundaries and internet safety for people with IDD.
  • Topics include: relationships, boundaries, consent and internet safety
  • Participants need access to device with internet that allows them to view videos, handouts and other resources.

The course is meant to be completed with a support person (parent, SSA, therapist, caregiver, etc.) to co-view the course with them. 

Register here to access the content.


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