Are you concerned about cyber safety for your family or talking about personal development and relationships? If you are then the SHFPACT Summer School is here to help! The SHFPACT Summer School for young people, parents and carers starts 11 January 2016. Bookings are now open!
Workshops for both teens and adults include; Cyber Safety; Whiskers and Wet Dreams; Periods and Pimples; Healthy Body Image and and the Media, Resilience; Relationships and Transition to High School and more!
2015 was another successful year for Sexual Health & Family Planning ACT. To view our 2015 Annual Report Online > Click Here
Parents and care givers play an important role in the teaching of sexuality and relationships to their young people.
Most parents and carers know that, just like learning how to play or talk, sexual development is a part of human development. We know that it will happen whether we talk to our children or not. (Talk Soon. Talk often: a guide for parents talking to their kids about sex (2011) Govt. WA, Dept. of Health).
SHFPACT acknowledges that sometimes these conversations can be hard. But we also promote sexuality and relationships education as a lifelong learning experience that cannot simply be learnt through one talk alone, but rather many conversations and experiences.
SHFPACT affirms that individuals with a disability are sexual beings, with the same diversity of sexual feelings, needs, and identities shared by all people in the community.
SHFPACT identifies the importance of all health workers in promoting and supporting the sexual and reproductive health of the Canberra community as well as reducing the barriers to improved sexual and reproductive health.
Providing sexuality and relationships education in schools is a rewarding and challenging task that teachers and educators should feel supported and confidant to do.
SHFPACT has been supporting public, private and faith-based schools in Canberra to deliver effective, relevant, accurate and responsible sexuality education since the 1970s.
SHFPACT's education, health promotion & clinical services reach thousands of students in Canberra's schools each year.