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Relationships and Sexuality and People with Disabilities  

A guide to the resources on sexuality available from the Center for Disability Information and Referral
Last Updated: Sep 16, 2014 URL: http://iub.libguides.com/cedir_sexuality Print Guide RSS Updates

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  • National Dissemination Center for Children with Disabilities (Nichcy)
    This resource page addresses one aspect of development that’s important not to ignore with children with or without disabilities—the development of sexuality. There’s so much to know and consider on this subject–what sexuality is, its meaning in adolescent and adult life, and the responsibilities that go along with exploring and experiencing one’s own sexuality.
  • Sexual Health
    Surviving a life-threatening illness or injury – or living with a debilitating chronic condition – brings with it a host of physical and emotional responses. We're here to help you heal, cope, adjust and rediscover what it means to enjoy rewarding, sexual experiences. Your sexual functioning may have changed, but there are alternate, creative ways to achieve sexual fulfillment and well-being.
  • Susan's Sex Support Site
    Every person experiences sexuality differently and needs different information. Most of what is available regarding sexuality and disability on websites is not easily accessed by those whose disabilities impair their ability to read. This site is designed to meet the needs of these people and the people who care about them - personally or professionally. Everyone is welcome to use this site to learn the facts about sex and relationships. Although initially designed for persons with learning disabilities, it has expanded to include people of all ages, abilities, and sexual orientations.
  • Our Bodies Our Selves
    A list of blogs talking about sexuality and disability.

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