What the Product Teaches
This interactive teaching software program teaches the difference between physical, sexual and emotional abuse. Coercion is defined and users are taught to recognize and resist coercion within relationships. Users are also taught the risks associated with unprotected sex including contracting sexually transmitted infections, taking responsibility for condom or barrier use, and negotiating the use of a barrier for safer sex.
Sexual Content Warning
This program contains frank discussions of sexual acts; including sexual slang, use of contraceptive devices, and explicit graphic depictions of male and female genitalia. The parent, advocate, support staff, or case manager setting up this program is responsible for displaying its content only to appropriately mature viewers.
Interactive Teaching Software USB flash drive
This program was made possible by the National Institute of Mental Health under Grant No. R44MH081779. Its contents are solely the responsibility of the Technological Assistance Institute for Intellectual Disability, Ltd., Eugene, OR, and do not necessarily represent the official views of the National Institute of Mental Health or the National Institutes of Health.