Supported Loving toolkit

Staying safe in relationships

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Developing relationships can be associated with risk factors. However, any risks should be balanced against the benefits and joys that relationships can bring.


Promoting sexual safety through empowerment

CQC's review of sexual safety and the support of people’s sexuality in adult social care.

Relationships and sexuality in adult social care services

ARCUK Helping each other

ARC's project and training materials for people with learning disabilities surrounding sexual exploitation.

SCLD Safe and healthy relationships. Empowering people through education

Report providing education as the basis for safe and healthy relationships and empowering and supporting individuals to develop them.

Just say know!

Dave Hingsburger's Just say know! Understanding and reducing the risk of sexual victimisation of people with developmental disabilities.

NSPCC P.A.N.T.S resources

Everything you need for an hour-long lesson to teach people about PANTS and help to keep them safe.

My Rights Charter-Sexuality and Relationships

Supported Loving, Tizard and NDTI's My sexuality and relationships’ rights charter.

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Supported Loving toolkit

The Supported Loving network has produced a series of guides to help support people with issues surrounding sexuality and relationships.

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What Is Supported Loving

What is Supported Loving?

For some people finding love is often more than just chemistry – it can come down to getting the right support

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Supported Loving network

Supported Loving is not a formal membership organisation. Anyone can take part, it is free.

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