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Fortunately, these issues can be managed with open and honest communication.Individual with ASD should explain to their partners why they behave the way that they do.
Although attitudes are changing, it is evident that some caregivers still hold these negative perceptions, which include the belief that people with learning disabilities are asexual or “childlike”.
Like a genie they keep popping up, checking you out. You need to walk, cruise over and introduce yourself and shake the person’s hand and tell them your name.
When you have a crush on someone you need to decide if you are going to act on those feelings.
Not only do these beliefs hold people with learning disabilities back from relationships, they also infringe on their human right to privacy and a family life, as outlined in Article 8 of the Human Rights Act 1998.
My research explores the views and experiences of women with learning disabilities on sexual relationships and as part of my Ph D I gave them a platform to talk openly about this taboo subject. look how long I will be in my 50s and then 60s and I am thinking I don’t want to be in the same situation … I want somebody to settle down and spend the rest of my life with.