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Framework for improving sexual health outcomes


No one ahould be forced to speak about their sexuality or any sex related occurances, if they do not want to. I think it is so unfair to expect Nursing Home/Care home staff to question patients anout their sexuallity, at all! (every 3months?)This is being forced upon them and Homes with faith issues who have objected, have been critised and threatened to have charitable status removed. This is not right. Even in court when one is accused of crimes, they can refuse to comment! Why are vulnerable,usualy elderly people to be cross-examined about their sexual habits or preferences?

Posted date

3 June, 2013

Posted time

5:44 pm