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Sexual reproductive health case study

In this video, Lorraine Wapling provides examples of improving access to sexual reproductive health services and personal perspectives are provided.

Our next activity introduces why people with disabilities might experience difficulty in accessing health services. In our first case study, an overview of sexual reproductive health and disability is provided by Lorraine Wapling, an International Disability Inclusive Development Consultant and Doctoral student in Department of Epidemiology and Public Health at UCL. This is then followed people with disabilities sharing their perspectives answering the question “Does disability affect your sexual health?”

In the first part of this video, Lorraine discusses the importance of access to sexual reproductive health for people with disabilities. She highlights some of the barriers that are encountered in low and middle income countries and the importance of improving accessibility to sexual and reproductive health services.

In the second part of the video, Myroslava, Richard, Christelle, Rida and Brandon discuss their answers to the question “Does disability affect your sexual health?”

Enjoy listening to the information and their reflections and please respond in the comments section below if you want to share your thoughts and/or what you have learned in this Step. Please remember not to reveal any confidential information when posting your comments.

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