Free WA Department of Health resources
The following resources are all available for free from the WA Department of Health.
Please email SHBBVP@health.wa.gov.au for free copies of books or brochures to be delivered anywhere in WA.
Bulk orders can also be arranged for education and health services.
For young people
For young people around 9 - 13 years covering topics such as physical, emotional and social changes of puberty.
For young people around 12 - 16 years covering topics such as friendships, romantic relationships, sexual feelings, sexual relationships, consent, safer sex, pregnancy, STIs and more.
Information on the laws around sexting, things to consider before sending a nude or sexy image and where to get help if your images have been shared non-consensually. For young people around 11-17 years.
Sexual health information for teens. Topics include: bodies, consent, relationships, sex, STIs, contraception, and more. Includes 'find a free condom', 'find a service' and 'ask a question' features.
For parents and educators
Relationships and sexuality education resources for schools - lesson plans, background teacher notes, how to answer curly questions, teaching strategies, parent information letters.
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A resource to support yarning about relationships and sexual health with young Aboriginal people.
Information on how to talk to your partners about sexual health, get tested regular, and protect yourself and your partners from STIs and unintended pregnancy. Get a free STI test by downloading a Pathwest form - without the need for a GP visit.
Talk soon. Talk often. book
Hardcopy book for parents talking to their kids about relationships and sex. Age and stage appropriate information for 0-18 years.
Developed in consultation with Aboriginal mums, dads and carers to help teach kids to have strong, safe and healthy relationships.
A4 flyer with top 20 tips for talking about sex and relationships and the top 10 reasons why we should talk soon and often.