Adolescent Pregnancy in Saskatchewan: Best Practices for Prevention
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In Canada, rates of adolescent pregnancy remain some of the highest among developed countries (30.5 per 1,000 for women aged 15 to 19), and Saskatchewan has the highest rates of adolescent pregnancy and live births of the Canadian provinces (34.3 per 1,000 for women aged 15 to 19). The report includes promising practices that will guide the development of prevention programs that serve young people, both in the prevention of unintended pregnancy and in the promotion of healthy reproductive choices.
Learning about My Body: Two to Five Years of Age
Parents are the most important influence in a child’s life. Children learn about culture, spiritual beliefs, moral values, and social skills from their parents. Parents also play a crucial role in the physical, mental, emotional as well as sexual health development of their children.
This book has been developed to support parents as their children’s sexual health educators. In particular, this book is meant to help parents share important messages with their children on growth and development.This book is available for loan through all Saskatchewan Public Libraries.SKU: 7-210
Youth-Friendly Sexual Health Information
Information Card, 2021
This information card provides Saskatchewan-specific contacts for youth to access free, anonymous, and confidential sexual and reproductive health services via telephone and/or the Internet. These wallet-size cards are available to be ordered individually.SKU: 7-015
Sexually Transmitted Infections: What You Need to Know
Booklet, Revised 2021
Saskatchewan has high rates of sexually transmitted infections (STIs). If STIs are not treated, they can cause serious health issues for individuals and unborn babies. This booklet is designed for use with youth. It provides information about nine different STIs including possible symptoms, how they are spread, how to get tested, and what happens if they are not treated. Information about the impact of STIs on fertility, pregnancy, and newborn babies is also shared.SKU: 7-017