Campus Life/College Living
This module, created by Heath Resource Center at the National Youth Transitions Center Online Clearinghouse on Postsecondary Education for Individuals with Disabilities, concentrates on “Keeping Healthy and Happy at College”. The module centers on substance use and abuse, sexuality and college, and student-parent relationships.
Food and Nutrition at College
Independent Living: Health and Safety
The Department of Health identifies a variety of health-related resources for each county in Florida.
Project 10’s Transition Topic Areas: Health and Safety
*Reference Points: Transition Updates from the TATRA (Technical assistance on Transition and the Rehabilitation Act) project are short email messages that feature resources and updates to help parent organizations, advocates, and professionals better serve adolescents and young adults with disabilities and their families. Subscribers receive several messages each week featuring resources on a range of issues affecting young adults with disabilities and their families. Subscription information is available at http://www.pacer.org/tatra/list/
Sexuality Education for Students with Disabilities
This resource on the NICHCY web site discusses topics related to “what sexuality is, its meaning in adolescent and adult life, and the responsibilities that go along with exploring and experiencing one’s own sexuality.”
Sexuality and Disability: Important Conversations To Have On
The Way To Adulthood
This short article by Sue Fager from the Colorado Developmental Disability Council provides an overview of the issues related to people with disabilities and their sexuality as well as explicit topics that should be considered in their sexual education.
The Journey To Adulthood: What Every Parent Needs To Know
This handbook from PACER's Family Advocacy and Support Training Project (FAST) provides ten tools and strategies that parents can use to help their children with disabilities safely navigate puberty and adolescence. Topics include sexuality, self-care, and social skills.