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Tara Grows Up - A guide to periods and puberty for young women with intellectual disabilities
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Tara Grows Up - A guide to periods and puberty for young women with intellectual disabilities

A DVD designed to be watched by girls and young women before they have their first period.
Tara Grows Up is a short film produced by the IHC about puberty. It is designed to be watched by girls and young women before they have their first period. The DVD should be viewed with their families and caregivers, who can be on hand to answer questions.

NB: The library resources are available for ADSA library members to borrow. Unfortunately we do not sell direct to the general public.

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