Evaluation of fpa Speakeasy course for parents: 2002 to 2007

Lester Coleman, Suzanne Cater, Josephine Ramm, Nigel Sherriff

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Abstract

Speakeasy is a community-based educational programme run by fpa. The overarching aim of the Speakeasy course is to support and encourage parents to communicate with their children about sex, sexual health, and relationships. The course is run over a number of weeks and delivered directly by fpa Speakeasy trained facilitators. The main aim of the evaluation conducted by the Trust for the Study of Adolescence (TSA) was to quantitatively and qualitatively explore progress towards achieving the main stated aims of the Speakeasy course, providing insights into how the course has benefited parents in terms of sustained changes in knowledge, attitudes, and behaviours.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherTrust for the Study of Adolescence
Number of pages129
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2007

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