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A guide for teaching about female masturbation By Dave Hingsburger and Sandra Haar This book and DVD set is aimed at teaching women with developmental disabilities about masturbation. It also confronts typical myths about female sexuality. A gentle, positive film that is clear, graphic and dignified. The book includes a step by step photographic essay about masturbation, and the joy of private time.


Hand Made Love

Guide For Teaching About Male Masturbation By Dave Hingsburger This book and DVD set discusses privacy, pleasure and the realities of sharing living spaces with others. The narrator of the DVD talks about myths and suggests that masturbation can be a way of learning about sex, while the book discusses masturbation from the point of view of both health and pleasure.


No! How!!!

Co-written by Dave Hingsburger For too long others have determined what people with disabilities need to know to stop victimization. This video involved people with disabilities in acting, writing, producing and directing a film aimed at others with disabilities. From discussing disability to teaching boundaries and body parts, people with disabilities take the lead.


Tall Tales: Self esteem and people with developmental disabilities

Audio Lecture Tape By Dave Hingsburger This three hour lecture describes a means of increasing meaning and purpose in the life of people with developmental disabilities. Self esteem is never far behind. Recorded live, Dave is at his best mixing old stories and new. Inspiration that informs. A remarkable achievement. The portrait of Dave was done by Jamie Ham, an artist with Down Syndrome. It was done during a lecture that Dave gave in Philadelphia.


The Ethics of Touch

Establishing and Maintaining Appropriate Boundaries In Service to People with Developmental Disabilities By Dave Hingsburger and Mary Harber All human beings need touch. We need to be held. We need to hold. This training package looks at the delicate issue of touch. Those who provide direct care to people with developmental disabilities are often asked to be in private places performing intimate services. From bathing to toiletting to dressing, we are necessarily in close proximity to those we serve. Given this situation, it is imperative that staff be aware of how to provide these services while maintaining appropriate professional boundaries. How do we appropriately express affection toward those we serve? This DVD suggests new and healthy ways of helping people with disabilities fulfill their deepest needs. The package includes over 2 hours of lecture on 'touch', 'privacy' and 'boundaries' by renowned trainer Dave Hingsburger and a manual, co-authored by Mary Harber of the Sexual Health Resource Network, which staff can use to participate in the training.


The Whole Truth

An Abuse Prevention Programme for People with Intellectual Disabilities By David Hingsburger and Joe Jobes 2 disc and book set This is a training programme to help people with disabilities recognize and report boundary transgressions which lead to abuse. It also teaches people with disabilities how to report abuse and what happens thereafter. Its aim is to ensure that people with disabilities are fully aware of their rights and responsibilities as mature citizens. The Whole Truth involved people with disabilities as teachers and provides strong peer role models. Beginning with hiring of a staff, through molestation of one individual and the rape of another, to reporting to police and under going a rape test to testifying in court. People with disabilities will learn to identify abuse and how to effectively deal with it.


Under Cover Dick

A Guide For Teaching About Condom Use Through Video And Understanding By Dave Hingsburger This book and DVD set provides clear direction regarding condom use. The DVD discusses disease transmission as well as demonstrates how to wear a condom, plus the book includes photographs of each step involved.


Who Do We Serve

With David Hingsburger >This lecture deals with supporting people with intellectual disabilities who have committed sexual crimes. Who do we serve first in a community setting? Do we serve the individual first or do we serve the community?