Virtual talks

Virtual Puberty Education Nights

Facilitated by an experienced Family Life Educator

At the parent night, parents will also receive the full Things are Changing Parent Pack

What Other Parents Are Saying About The Things Are Changing Puberty Resource

“Things Are Changing” is exactly what I needed to have this conversation with my daughter. It really gave me the tools to discuss puberty in a way that didn’t make either of us feel awkward.”

– Lisa O’Conner

“I cannot recommend the “Things are Changing” puberty resource enough. I have used this for each one of my daughters and it helped make the conversation fun and a normal part of lie rather than the one off birds and bees talk. The support material was especially helpful. My girls loved the girls workbooks and used them for a long while after we had the conversation.”

– Sally Osbourne

“I am so grateful for the resource “Things are Changing.” I struggled for so long to find something that was age appropriate, modern and was supportive of our faith values. This resource upholds the dignity and sacredness of sex and fertility as a gift and places the changes within a Godly context of human development and growth.”

– Elizabeth Smalley

What Other Experts Are Saying About The Things Are Changing Puberty Resource

“Things are Changing” has been developed in a professional way, it is an excellent resource, it is highly useful for families and uses the language and visual world of today’s youth.

It has a positive message to give our young people; it is inclusive of the role of parents and is an engaging, informative and respectful values based sex education resource.”

– Moira Najdecki
Director of Catholic Education
Archdiocese of Canberra and Goulburn

“Things Are Changing” is an engaging and sensitively written program which will assist parents in their vital role as the ‘first educators’ of their children. The nature of human sexuality, including the meaning and significance of the changes which occur during puberty, has been addressed particularly well. This excellent resource reflects a sound understanding of the human person and will help parents and teachers to nurture in children a reverence and respect for their bodies and for thegift of fertility.”

– Mr. Chris Meney
Director, Marriage and Family Office

“Things Are Changing” offers what is best to all those of good will who want only good things for their children. It is for this reason that I heartily endorse it…it will help to empower parents with many of the important skills necessary for them to confidently undertake an ongoing conversation with their own children about this important area.”

– Assoc Prof. Gerard O’Shea
Pontifical Institute for Studies on Marriage
and the Family

“Things Are Changing” offers something refreshingly different. It draws upon the treasures of Christian wisdom to present a vision of sexual awakening which will help the young to learn that sexuality without love is unworthy of the human being. “Things Are Changing” does this in a way which is sensitive to the primary role of parents in this delicate moment of their children’s life and which is attuned to the best of contemporary pedagogy.

I know of nothing quite like it, and I am happy to recommend the programme to parents, teachers and all who are interested in helping the young to grow not only in age but also in wisdom and grace.”

– Archbishop Mark Coleridge

Recommendation for Choicez Media Resources

There is so much superficiality and purely subjective comments about important issues for example, marriage, family and relationships. As a result, the basic human impulse for friendship becomes a greater challenge today in so many respects than in previous times.

Choicez Media resources are wonderful resources for teachers and educators regarding all matters pertaining to friendship and intimacy.

The different topics of Choicez resources give depth and basic foundational building blocks to sexuality and relationships.

I recommend this resource to you as an important tool in which our education of children can progress in a solid and mature manner.

Making a choice for Choicez is a good step forward.

– Archbishop Christopher Prowse