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NOT (TOO) FAST, NOT (TOO) MUCH

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Anna Gradkowska

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Teenage parenthood is a problem all over Europe which may result a vital barrier in future health, social and professional development of too young parents.
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couple of ideas of activities to be used in non formal teaching*
NOT (TOO) FAST, NOT (TOO) MUCH
aware parenting teaching

To exchange knowledge and experience
the problem of early parenthood
prevention
communication with youth
youngsters' sex life
relationships
violence in close realtionships
sex health
Educators and teachers do not feel to have sufficient knowledge and tools to work on sexual, parental and relationship education
To talk about
teenage pregnancy and parenthood
why it may be a problem?
psyche
shock
guilt
anxiety & helplessness
depression
avoidance to face the problem
overwhelming duties
identity problems ( I am both kid and adult, parent and child, pupil and educator)
out of ordinary dependance on others
are common between teenage mothers and fathers
soma
a body of a girl is not ready for such effort
complications during pregnancy (ex. premature births)
mother health issues (geostosis, anemia, urinary infections etc.)
fetus development problems (hypotropia)
newborns are more likely to have health problems
polis
stigma, isolation, marginalization
crisis in family of origin
impelling to unwanted solutions (marriage, abortion, adoption, parenting)
problems in relationship (also entering toxic relationships and avoiding long-term relationships)
dropping out school
out of ordinary dependance on others
economical problems
not sufficient support from state
what are the causes of too young parenthood?
young people have sex and are biologically able to be parents
irresponsible relationships
insufficient knowledge about sexuality, pregnancy prevention (both of teenagers, parents, educators)
experiments in normal development process
what youth workers can do about it?
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to understand
the problem
to complement or replace sex and relations education in families
to look for ways of prevention
to support young people in they every-day problems
to support young people and in crisis situations
insufficient relationship, emotion and sex education
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unstable /insufficient support in every-day tasks and problems
lack of love in family
social and cultural changes in contemporary world (ex. unlimited access to pornography) and generation gap
to improve their skills of work with youth
* Non formal education is organized and not always guided by a formal curriculum. It doesn’t result in a formal degree or diploma, is enriching and builds an individual’s skills and capacities. It is often more engaging, as the learner’s interest is a driving force behind their participation
violence in close relationships
risky sexual behavior
how to start
To share ideas with other youth workers
adolescent development and sexuality*
*source: Planned Parenthood global,
Youth Peer Provider Program Replication Manual,
plannedparenthood.org/global
communication with youth
case study
baby dolls
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own decision
cultural factors
to support young parents in parenthood
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