Hertfordshire Teenage Pregnancy Strategy Hertfordshire has a 10-year Teenage Pregnancy Strategy, developed in 2001 to reduce under 18 teenage conception rates and ensure better outcomes for young people and young parents in the county.
Speakeasy offers a non-threatening group-based opportunity for parents and carers to acquire the confidence and skills they need to talk to their children about sex and sexuality. It is designed to be fun and relaxed, providing an atmosphere where parents can learn together from their own experiences. It is locally organised and can link with educational, community and/or health provisions in a particular area. It is funded by the Department for Children, Schools and Families and is run by the fpa (Family Planning Association).
Sex. Worth talking about.
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