Talking About LARCs with Young Clients Video & Discussion Guide
This video, which is part of a set of materials for young women on LARCs, is intended for service providers to guide them in how to approach young women who are interested in postponing pregnancy and searching for an appropriate contraceptive. There is a discussion guide which accompanies the video.
The materials are available in English and French.
The purpose of this discussion guide is:
- To accompany the video so viewers may reflect on, debate and draw insights from the content they have watched
- Facilitate discussions among health pr:oviders about their role and their needs in delivering comprehensive contraceptive counseling for young people
- Increase providers’ comfort and confidence in providing comprehensive contraceptive counseling for young people that includes information about LARCs
Intended users include:
- Program managers or staff working with healthcare providers on offering a range of voluntary contraceptive methods, including LARCs, or adolescent and youth sexual and reproductive health issues
- Healthcare providers or managers who lead discussions with colleagues on delivering reproductive health services to young people
Other materials in this set (also in both English and French) include:
- Men's Reproductive Health Curriculum
- Family Planning Counselling Kit
- Training Resource for Male Condoms
- “Because my Husband and I Have Never Had a Baby Before…” Results and Lessons from Interventions with First-Time Parents in Madagascar, Mozambique, and Nigeria
- Training Tools: Providing Family Planning and Reproductive Health to Young Married Women and First-Time Parents in West Africa
- Small Group Facilitation for Young Married Women and First-time Parents in West Africa: Training for Facilitators
- Scaling-Up First-Time and Young Parent Access to Postpartum Family Planning: Could Small Shifts Change the Game?
- Beyond the ABCs of FTPs: A Deep Dive into Emerging Considerations for First Time Parent Programs
- Factors Impacting Use of Health Services by First-time/Young parents: A Formative Research Toolkit
- Evidence to Action (E2A) Project's First-Time Parent Framework