Sexual and reproductive health (SRH) of young people encompasses dimensions of physical, emotional, mental, and social well-being in relation to sexuality. It is so much more than physical health with any sexually transmittable infections (STIs).
In MY PLACE, we are committed to promoting positive sexuality education among young people and the groups they are in close contact with. By cultivating young people with the correct sexual health knowledge, socializing skills to get along with their partners, and diversity in sexual orientations and culture, can help foster comprehensive sexual health and protect them from HIV and other STIs.
MY LIFE SKILLS provides positive sexuality education to young people under the age of 25 through outreach activities, sexual health workshops, group and peer programs, and online platforms. Besides, we also provide professional training and support to social workers, teachers, and parents who are interested in promoting sexual health education to young people.
We also provide flexible activity options that fit individual needs, please feel free to contact us directly for more details.
What do we talk about in sex-ed?
Adolescence is a time when many young people start to explore their sexuality and develop relationships with others. It is also the time when they experience changes in physical, emotional and social areas. Here are some topics to be covered in our sex-ed programme to give comprehensive guidance to the young minds. The subject content can be revised according to the students’ learning needs.
Body Structure & Puberty
Puberty can be a perplexing time for young people, but it is also a chance to foster appreciation of the body, self-confidence and positive personal image. Contents covered include biological changes during adolescence, introduction to the reproductive system and structure, and general knowledge of personal hygiene.
HIV & STIs
Details of HIV and other common STIs in Hong Kong will be explained, including their transmission routes, prevention methods, treatments, and the local support services available. Participants can understand how to assess their risks of infection, and make the best choice for themselves with all-rounded consideration.
Safer Sex Practice
This session covers the correct use of protections and clarification of some common myths on sexual health. The importance of addressing the need and the use of protection will also be covered to raise the power of negotiation of young people in an intimate relationship.
Focusing on "consent", participants will discuss rights and responsibilities in intimate relationships, explore and recognize their own intimacy boundaries, and learn how to communicate effectively with others to clearly express their expectations about physical contact and other intimate actions.
Participants will explore their own values about relationships, reflect on their expectations of love relationships, and recognize different ways of expressing love and intimacy.
Sex Culture and Cyber-Dating
1) Different kinds of cybercrime that dating application users come across 2)The reliability of internet media content and pornographic information 3) How the media affects our understanding of different (sexual) relationship patterns/sexual behaviors
Gender and Sexual Orientations
An in-depth explanation about different sexual orientations and gender will be discussed with a positive attitude. The aim of this session is to develop an understanding of gender construction and to challenge biases.
Ways of Learning
Our activities can be presented as a school lecture, experiential workshop, and group activity.
MY LIFE SKILLS also possesses a number of sex-ed tools and teaching materials such as reproductive organ models, sexual health information cards, condoms, card games, etc. that can be borrowed by professionals.
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* Non-government-funded social service organizations or educational institutions can apply for fee reductions.
Sex education training
Sex education and training for Professional
How to carry out sex education and preventive education to young people and support their development of sexuality
Strengthen the awareness of adolescents' sexual health of people who work with youth. Improve gender sensitivity and crisis management skills when conducting sexuality education.
The content of the training focuses on reflection on personal values and case discussions. Our front-line employees will also share outreaching experience, and co-workers can choose different combinations of courses according to their needs.
Section 1: Understanding basic sexual health knowledge and dealing with sexual health crises
Session 2: Recognize the concept of positive sex education and the skills to talk to young people about sex
Section 3: Cognitive Minority Youth
2 hours per session
Social workers, teachers, young workers
Parental sex education
Start the conversation about positive sex with your child
To let parents understand the culture among young people and master the communication skills of how to talk about sex with their children.
-Understand the general concept of "sex" among young people and the culture of online dating
-Understand the concept of positive sex education and the healthy development of adolescent sexuality
-Communication skills and attitudes to talk to children about sex
-Case discussion and front-line experience sharing
-Sex education resources and community sexual health support services
Parents of secondary and tertiary students
To enhance the understanding of the work that AIDS Concern, a local HIV/AIDS charity, is doing, different agencies are welcome to visit our center by appointment.
- Introduction of AIDS Concern
- Explanation on positive sexuality education and the sexual health development of youth
- People Living with HIV sharing on difficulties, stigma, and negative labeling effects facing in their real life
- Visit our testing center and My PLACE service
Duration 1-2 hours
Targets Public, Youth, Social worker, Teachers, and Parents are all welcomed
Mobile Testing Service for Youth
To eliminate the barriers which deter youth to take an STI check-up, and to raise their awareness on their sexual health, AIDS Concern provides a youth-friendly, free, confidential, and anonymous rapid testing service for youth. Testing items include
The blood rapid test result will be known in 20 minutes, while the result for the urine test will be known in 2 weeks.
For more details, please contact us at 23946677 or email to email@example.com
Service Charges (click here to download)
Service Charges (click here to download)
|Agency provide testing venues||Agency provide testing venues||Mobile testing||Mobile test and sex education seminar|
|Testing Service||HIV test||Blood test||Oral test||Blood test||Blood test|
|Syphilis test||Blood test||N/A||Blood test||Blood test|
|Package included||Service hours||4||4||4||4|
|HIV and Syphilis test||5||5||5||15|
|Mobile testing with driver||N/A||N/A||4 hours||4 hours|
|Sex Education Workshop||N/A||N/A||N/A||1 hour|
|Charge||Free||HKD$1000||HKD $800||HKD $3000|
|Extra HIV and Syphilis test (per person)||N/A||$200||$150||$100|
|Extra Syphilis test (per person)||$250||$250||$220||$220|
|Sex Education Workshop (around 1 .5 hours)||$1,500||$1,500||$1,500||NA|
|REMARKS||Suitable institutions: service units that cannot perform blood tests|