NOTE: Must have taken the NLU Orientation Class first in order to register for this class
The Reproductive Health of California’s Foster Youth
- The rights of youth and young adult in foster care to sexual and reproductive health care and information, to confidentiality of sensitive health information, and the reasonable and prudent parent standard.
- The duties and responsibilities of the assigned case worker and the foster care provider in ensuring youth and young adults in foster care can obtain sexual and reproductive health services and information
- Guidance about how to engage and talk with youth and young adults about healthy sexual development and reproductive and sexual health in a manner that is medically accurate, developmentally and age-appropriate, trauma informed, and strengths-based.
- Information about current contraception methods and how to select and provide appropriate referral resources and materials for information and service delivery.