Involving Young People in Teenage Pregnancy and Sexual Health Work
A practical guide
This full-colour practical guide contains practical advice and examples on how to plan, develop and sustain creative opportunities for young people to participate in work to prevent teenage pregnancy and to promote sexual health.
Founded on case studies with young people between the ages of 13 and 19, the principles highlighted in this guide apply to work with children and young people of all ages and provide ideas and inspiration for developing new ways of involving them.
It will be a useful resource for any practitioners working with young people, whether in health, social care, youth or community settings.
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"'I have been through various different experiences as a teenage parent. I have been in supported accommodation, through the benefits system, in education and also experienced housing problems. I believe that we do not always get to have much involvement in the decisions that are made about our lives, which can make us feel we are being excluded from society. We need to be involved in decisions to make sure that the policies and procedures that are put in place help to meet our needs.' [teenage mother]"