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90. Puberty and sex; What our kids are learning in school and how to continue the conversation at home - Part 1

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In part 1 of this 2 part episode, I sit down with Sexual Health Education Teacher, Jenny to discuss:

  • Ways that habits, beliefs and knowledge from our childhood carries forward to adult related pelvic floor issues
  • The Sexual Health Education curriculum
  • Elementary years focus (grades 4-6)
  • puberty education (periods, hormones, pimples, hair, body odour)
  • reproduction and pregnancy
  • hygiene (vulvar and penile considerations)
  • personal safety/consent for touch (self touch, good vs bad secrets)
  • Suggestions for parents (how to ask them what they are learning at school and supplement their learning at home)

Jenny is mom to two amazing teenagers and is currently a Sexual Health Education Teacher with the Central Okanagan Public School District and has been for the last 18 years. She has both her Bachelor of Human Kinetics degree minoring in sciences, as well as her Bachelor of Education degree from UBC Vancouver. She has taken numerous workshops with Options for Sexual Health and the Alberta Society for the Promotion of Sexual Health. As a Sexual Health Educator, she teaches all students in grades 4 through 11. In grades 4-6, her teaching focuses on subjects like the physical, social, and emotional changes of puberty, hygiene and personal safety and boundaries. In older grades, teaching focuses on digital awareness, healthy and unhealthy relationships, sexual decision making, contraception and prevention of sexually transmitted infections and, most importantly, consent.

LINKS MENTIONED:

Sexual Health Resources (School district 23)
THANK YOU TO THE EPISODE SPONSOR
SRC Health: discount code and website: https://srchealth.com/?ref=Sto_l3PawmnH4

Thanks for joining me!
Here is where you can find out how to work with me:
www.pelvicfloorprojectspace.com/

Support the Show.

  continue reading

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In part 1 of this 2 part episode, I sit down with Sexual Health Education Teacher, Jenny to discuss:

  • Ways that habits, beliefs and knowledge from our childhood carries forward to adult related pelvic floor issues
  • The Sexual Health Education curriculum
  • Elementary years focus (grades 4-6)
  • puberty education (periods, hormones, pimples, hair, body odour)
  • reproduction and pregnancy
  • hygiene (vulvar and penile considerations)
  • personal safety/consent for touch (self touch, good vs bad secrets)
  • Suggestions for parents (how to ask them what they are learning at school and supplement their learning at home)

Jenny is mom to two amazing teenagers and is currently a Sexual Health Education Teacher with the Central Okanagan Public School District and has been for the last 18 years. She has both her Bachelor of Human Kinetics degree minoring in sciences, as well as her Bachelor of Education degree from UBC Vancouver. She has taken numerous workshops with Options for Sexual Health and the Alberta Society for the Promotion of Sexual Health. As a Sexual Health Educator, she teaches all students in grades 4 through 11. In grades 4-6, her teaching focuses on subjects like the physical, social, and emotional changes of puberty, hygiene and personal safety and boundaries. In older grades, teaching focuses on digital awareness, healthy and unhealthy relationships, sexual decision making, contraception and prevention of sexually transmitted infections and, most importantly, consent.

LINKS MENTIONED:

Sexual Health Resources (School district 23)
THANK YOU TO THE EPISODE SPONSOR
SRC Health: discount code and website: https://srchealth.com/?ref=Sto_l3PawmnH4

Thanks for joining me!
Here is where you can find out how to work with me:
www.pelvicfloorprojectspace.com/

Support the Show.

  continue reading

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