An app for parents and teachers to use with young people aged 7–15 years to start and continue conversations about puberty.
|TALK Puberty||By Lori Reichel|
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What does the app do?
TALK Puberty app provides a selection of frequently asked question about puberty, with the intention of giving parents, caregivers and teachers the confidence to start conversations with their children or students. The app has 5 main sections:
- Basic questions about puberty
- Questions about most girls
- Questions about most boys
- Other questions children often ask
- Open-ended questions.
The basic and commonly asked question sections provide a series of questions with brief answers to further stimulate learning and discussion. The section ‘Other questions children often ask’ contains a variety of questions, including those about consent, identity, sexual health and safety. For the complete app description, go to the app website, App Store or, for a more detailed review, see Reviews.
✔ A large amount of useful information that considers practical questions children might have.
✔ Good level of detail for the suggested age group.
✘ Only contains text with questions and answers divided into 5 sections which are then swiped through sequentially, so it's not possible to search for specific topic areas.
Date of review: 26/01/21
Platform reviewed: iPhone
Download size: 18.7MB
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