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ASDs Family Handout - Talking About Sexuality for Parents of Teens with Autism Spectrum Disorders

All children and youth, including those with developmental disabilities and autism spectrum disorders (ASDs), have questions about physical changes in their bodies and emotions and feelings they experience during puberty and as they grow up. It is important to help children and youth understand these changes and to talk with them early and often about sexuality.

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