For Communities

True provides resources and information for the wider community and delivers relationships and sexuality education in a variety of community settings, in addition to school groups. This can include sessions for young people, parents and carers, and for people with disability. These programs are tailored to meet the needs of each individual service and can be discussed in more detail with True’s education team.

Professional development can also be delivered for services that work with these groups. Browse True's comprehensive list of courses in our Course catalogue or for more information email or phone (07) 3250 0280.

Check out the list of resources in the menu below or browse True's training courses, available to both professionals and also community members.

Course Catalogue

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Everyone's got a bottom

Aimed at children 3 – 8 years of age, this book is a perfect tool for parents and carers to gently start conversations with children about personal safety. The book uses correct anatomical terms and emphasises that children can always talk about their bodies or any concerns they may have with their parents or another trusted adult. It helps parents and carers teach children to keep safe in a style that is fun, positive and protective.

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Post-surgery relationships

Many people are uncomfortable about asking their doctor about sex after surgery. The question is actually a common one, but unfortunately the answer is not straightforward. It depends on your personal healing progress and your overall health.

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Safe space resources

Inclusive spaces maximise the wellbeing of everybody, including children, young people and families. Currently, LGBTIQ+ people are still at risk of experiencing discriminatory homophobia or transphobia. This can make them feel unsafe in education and health settings, accessing services or other social spaces, which impacts on their health and wellbeing.

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Safer sex

Safer sex also means doing things that reduce the risk of sexually transmissible infections (STI) or pregnancy. It also includes looking after your emotional health and making sure you feel comfortable with who you have sex with, and never feeling pressure to have sex.

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Support & other Resources

Information and support available for LGBTIQ+ and gender diverse people and their families is readily available.

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Teen relationships

Young people often seek information about sexuality, sex and sexual health. True has an education, information and testing program developed for senior secondary school students.

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What is consent?

Whatever sexual activity you engage in, both people should be mutually consenting. Being able to make your own decision about having sex is important.

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