Inappropriate sexual behaviours

This fact sheet was written by the Acquired Brain Injury Outreach Service (a Queensland Health service) for families and support workers of people who have acquired a brain injury.

The guide will take you through:

  • What are disinhibited and inappropriate sexual behaviours?
  • Why does disinhibited sexual behaviour happen?
    • Decreased awareness
    • Impulsiveness
    • Changes in communication skills
    • Inability to express sexual needs
  • Things to try
    • Talk about behaviour
    • Provide feedback about behaviour
    • Manage the environment
    • Provide supervision and structure
    • Plan Ahead
    • Things to do in the person’s home
    • Addressing sexuality needs
  • Extra Resources

You can download the pdf fact sheet What are inappropriate sexual behaviours? or simply view it below.

 

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