Sexualeducation for young people with autism

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Publication Student thesis
Title Sexualeducation for young people with autism
Author(s) Berglund, Johanna ; Dragicévic, Tanja
Date 2010
English abstract
This essay is about the sexual- education at special schools for young people in the ages thirteen through sixteen with the diagnosis autism. The study aims to identify, describe and understand the teachers’ experiences in how the education is practiced in their daily work with these children. The way of procedure we have used in the study is qualitative interviews with teachers at special schools. The result show that how the teachers practice the education depends on how the student group is constructed and the students’ qualifications. The teachers feel that the sexual- education is important and valuable. The study shows that they try to widen the topic, so that the students learn how to strengthen their self-esteem, self-determination and the knowledge in feeling confidence in being a woman or a man. The study also show what hindrance the teachers meet in their pursue to educate the children about their sexuality. The hindrance that the teachers feel exist is parents influence and the staffs own values.
Publisher Malmö högskola/Hälsa och samhälle
Language swe (iso)
Subject(s) sexualeducation
autism
Handle http://hdl.handle.net/2043/9648 (link to this page)

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