For Parents

Resources for your kids

You might find it useful to sit down with your kids and watch an educational video or explore a website together. Doing this might make it easier for you both to start talking if you are not sure where to start. It also helps to teach kids where they can go to find out accurate information for themselves.

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This video contains interviews with peer educators who share their experiences of being an Indigenous teenage parent. By describing the high and low points, these peer educators hope to help other Indigenous teenagers have children by choice, not by chance. (Produced by Marie Stopes Australia in partnership with Victorian Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation and Family Planning Victoria)

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That's Not Team Spirit focuses on sexting and the risks of sharing sexy pics. Aimed at Indigenous Australians who are 14 years and older the video is designed to help users understand how their online actions can easily have real life consequences. (Produced by Office of the Children's e-Safety Commissioner)

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This site gives young people advice and accurate information on relationships and safer sex. You can read information pages, play games, have your question answered confidentially by a health professional and listen to true stories. (Produced by WA Health)

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This video encourages Aboriginal boys to have regular well-being check-ups if they are having sex to ensure nothing gets out of control. (Produced by Goolarri Media) 

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This video encourages Aboriginal girls to have regular well-being check-ups if they are having sex to ensure nothing gets out of control. (Produced by Goolarri Media) 

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Take Blaktion TV consists of two videos featuring Steven Oliver and Elizabeth Wymarra. The videos use humour to encourage open conversations about sexual health. (Produced by NSW Health and the Aboriginal Health and Medical Research Council of NSW)

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This video tells the story of Jack, a young boy who likes girls but doesn’t know how to talk to them respectfully. During the course of the story, Jack learns the lesson that "girls are people the same as me”. (Produced by The Line).