Family Planning Association (FPA)
How to contact this service
The Family Planning Association (FPA), started as a movement in the 1930s. It registered as a charity in the 1960s and become a company in 2019. The FPA was responsible for the first ever national awareness campaign about the right for people with learning disabilities to have fulfilling sexual relationships.
The new FPA adheres to its old values and its mission to provide gold-standard, accurate, unbiased, and up-to-date information on relationships, sex education, sexual and reproductive health, and postnatal health. Its website features advice and downloads for both professionals and parents.
Sexual Health Training From Lightley Consulting
A group of former FPA trainers are offering training for anyone working with people with learning disabilities, as well as some contraception training for nurses.
Email [email protected] for more information about available courses.
Growing up with Yasmine and Tom
Growing up with Yasmine and Tom is an online resource to help school staff easily deliver high-quality relationships and sex education as part of a PSHE programme. It includes a series of flexible, age-appropriate lesson plans and fun, interactive whiteboard activities for children aged 5–11.
The FPA's online shop features educational materials such as:
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- National Organisation
- Age range
- Suitable for ages from 0 to 100 years
- Referral Route
- No Referral Needed
- Type of Service
- Advice and Information Services
- Eligibility Criteria
- Open to Everyone
- Provider Category
- Universal Services - Suitable for Everyone
- Special Needs
- Suitable for Everyone
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Last updated 02 May 2023