Listen to us: Consultations with children, young people and families living with different sex developmentBe the first to like this
Audience: healthcare professionals
A report about having consultations with children, young people and families living with different sex development. The report includes findings from interviews with children, young people and families about what they need in terms of communication, support and service planning.
This report is from the charity DSD families, which was established in 2011 by two mothers of children with different sex development (dsd). Their experiences had highlighted a lack of information, peer support and psychological support. With these concerns in mind they began – with the enthusiastic support from other families, young people and healthcare providers – to gather, create and distribute relevant information which could assist parents in raising confident, happy and resilient children.