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Special Boys' Business™

SKU: specbb

    Special Boys’ Business™ is a puberty resource written for boys with special needs, including:

    • Intellectual disability
    • Physical disability
    • Language disorder 
    • Autism 

    Special Boys’ Business™ is a disability puberty book which takes a boy, his parents and carers through the physical and emotional changes experienced at puberty. It has simple text and colourful, fun illustrations. Age appropriate information is presented in a friendly, inclusive manner which is ideal for boys with special needs.
    This sex education book helps boys with learning disabilities, and the important adults in their lives to manage this stage of life with confidence.

    This book includes:

    • Physical changes.
    • Changing feelings.
    • Hints on personal hygiene.
    • Emerging sexuality.
    • Protective behaviours.
    • Hints for parents, teachers and cares.

    There are 2 other disability books in this series:

    Special Girls’ Business™

    This is a sexuality education book for girls with special needs. It provides a practical step by step guide through the process of managing periods.

    Puberty and Special Girls™

    Is a sexuality education book which contains additional information about the physical and emotional changes of puberty.

    Special Girls' Business™ and Puberty and Special Girls™ are useful puberty resources for boys and young men with special needs, helping them to understand the changes that girls experience at puberty.


    Visual images are a strength and therefore a terrific tool for teaching and communicating. They also provide something for the adult to focus on along with the child / teen / young adult which makes having the conversation much easier, at least that’s what I found."
    Nancy Wilson – Adult Downs Syndrome Center USA


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