Healthy Bodies for Boys
A Parent's Guide on Puberty for Boys with Disabilities
This online article provides information for parents of pubescent boys with developmental disabilities. It discusses a number of topics, such as hygiene, the distinction between public and private, mood swings, and nocturnal emissions. It contains practical advice related to each area.
This resource is available in English and Spanish.
The Vanderbilt Kennedy Center is “an interdisciplinary research, training, diagnosis, and treatment institute” for children and adults with developmental disabilities. [Website]
This online article is in English
Vanderbilt Kennedy Centre
Tennessee, United States
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