Parents as sex and relationship educators: A local evaluation of Speakeasy 4 Parents
AffiliationUniversity of Chester, Centre for Public Health Research
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AbstractThis was a small scale-study designed to evaluate the effectiveness of the Speakeasy 4 Parents course in improving participants’ knowledge, skills and confidence to communicate and discuss sex and relationship issues with their children. A predominantly qualitative approach was adopted. There is evidence in this study that the Speakeasy 4 Parents courses run at Children’s Centres in Cheshire have been effective, from the perspectives of parents attending the courses and professionals facilitating them.
CitationChester: University of Chester, 2008
PublisherUniversity of Chester
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