Presentation on theme: "GRADE 10 HUMAN SEXUALITY. 4 CLASSROOM RULES 1.No Put Downs 2.You always have to right to pass 3.No Names, No Gossip 4.Have respect for yourself and others."— Presentation transcript:
HOW A PREGNANCY WOULD CHANGE YOUR LIFE ASK YOURSELF THESE QUESTIONS AND WRITE DOWN YOUR ANSWERS. 1. What things would I have to think about if I were pregnant? 2. If I were pregnant, how would that affect my relationships? **with my partner, parents, siblings, friends 3. The most difficult thing for me about being pregnancy would be: 4. If I were pregnant, my life could change in these ways:
WHAT TO DO IF YOU ARE PREGNANT 1. If you have had unprotected sex and you feel that there is a chance you may be pregnant, there is a pill called ECP (emergency contraceptive pill) that may prevent the egg from being fertilized. It can be taken up to 120 hours of having sexual intercourse. 2. If it has been longer than 120 hours then you are going to have to get a home pregnancy test. Pregnancy tests are not always right so make sure you take more than one. 3. Once you have the results from the pregnancy tests you may have to set up an appointment with your doctor to talk about your options.
OPTIONS WHEN YOU ARE PREGNANT 1. Carry the baby to term and give it up for adoption. 2. Carry the baby to term and raise it. 3. Have an abortion. 4. Their are no other options.
TEEN KLINIC There are no scheduled appointments at Teen Klinic. Everyone is seen on a walk-in basis. Service is limited to the number of clients that can be seen during the clinic hours. Teen Klinic provides primary health care services to youth ages 12- 20 who are unable to receive these services elsewhere. The services are provided by counsellors, nurses, nurse practitioners and physicians. If you have never been to Klinic, you will be seen by a counsellor first, then, if appropriate, you will see a nurse, nurse practitioner, or physician. You will not need to see a counsellor at every visit.
WHAT INFORMATION DO I NEED TO GIVE KLINIC? Teen Klinic is a time set aside to provide services specifically to youth. No one will judge you because of your age, gender, appearance, or sexual orientation. It is important to use your legal name, as it appears on your health card, when you come to Klinic. No nick names or slang please. It is important to provide us with a phone number that Klinic staff may call you at. Klinic staff will only contact you if your tests need to be repeated, if you need medication, if you have an infection, or if the call is medically necessary.
WHO WILL KNOW THAT I CAME TO KLINIC? Services at Klinic are confidential. This means that your visits are just between you and your health care providers at Klinic. You do not need the consent of your parent or guardian. If you wish, you may bring a friend, parent, or guardian with you to Klinic. The only exception to Klinic's confidentiality policy would be in the case of a young person being at risk and in need of protection. Every person receiving services at Klinic has a health record. Whenever you see a Klinic service-provider, all relevant information regarding your care is documented to ensure quality services. Only Klinic staff directly involved in your care will access your chart records. Your Klinic chart records can be transferred to another health care provider at your request.