Research supports the practice of early, frequent, and positive
communication between parents and their children as an important determinant in
the development of healthy sexuality. Horizon and Vitalité Public
Health Departments, in collaboration with the Horizon Research Department, are
conducting a research survey to explore the current sexual health education practices
and need for resources of parents and guardians of children 18 years of age and
younger, from across New Brunswick.
The results of the
survey will help to inform the development of resources to meet the needs of
“today’s parents”, to support them in their role as the primary sexual health
educators of their children.
If you are a parent or guardian of a
child 18 years or younger, Horizon and Vitalité Public Health want to hear from
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