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Serving transgender youth

Teresa De Crescenzo

Serving transgender youth

the role of child welfare systems : proceedings of a colloquium, September 2000

by Teresa De Crescenzo

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Published by Child Welfare League of America in Washington, DC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Transsexualism,
  • Transsexuals -- Services for

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references

    StatementTeresa De Crescenzo and Gerald P. Mallon
    ContributionsMallon, Gerald P
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 55 p. ;
    Number of Pages55
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17075929M
    ISBN 100878688218
    OCLC/WorldCa48810873

    Homelessness is a devastating experience that has a significant negative impact on an individual’s physical and mental health, well-being, functioning, human development, and life trajectory—and LGBT runaway and homeless youth are at high risk for a number of negative experiences and outcomes. 1 Recent studies, as well as anecdotal evidence from social service professionals, suggest that. Anisha Gohil DO, Erica A. Eugster MD, in Pubertal Suppression in Transgender Youth, Challenges in Care. Transgender youth may face many barriers to care including uninformed providers, long distance to centers providing transition services, lack of insurance approval for hormonal therapies, discrimination even within the medical environment, and/or lack of caregiver support and. Trevor Ally Trainings and Trevor CARE Trainings are designed for adults who work with youth. Trevor CARE Trainings and Ally Trainings are available in-person for your staff. The Trevor Ally Program help adults learn about lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer & questioning youth people, the specific risks and challenges they face and how.   More writers and publishers have started tackling the subject, not just with memoirs and self-help guides tailored to transgender youth, but through novels aimed at a broad readership.

    “Being transgender youth is just being youth” (anonymous) “Amazing and wonderful, yet shit” (Drew) “Hard, people will assume you’re attention seeking an SJW, and if you don’t pass you’ll have people look/yell at you” (anonymous) “Lots of injections and appointments. You do get bullied Size: 1MB.


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Transgender Books: Definitive Reading List (FTM/MTF/LGBTQ) When I was in college I read through the entire trans section in the library which was mostly very academic gender study kind of things, but over the years I feel like I’ve gotten a pretty good handle on the trans book scene, so today I thought I would share some of my favourites.

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Soon Kyu Choi et al., "Serving Our Youth The Needs and Experiences of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Questioning Youth Experiencing Homelessness," UCLA's Williams Institute with True Colors Fund ().

Sandy James et al. One in five transgender people in the United States has been discriminated when seeking a home, and more than one in ten have been evicted from their homes, because of their gender identity.

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It can be hard to find books for kids that don’t fall into annoying “boys’ books” and “girls’ books” catergories and young adult books with positive, feminist summer, the Young Adult Library Services Association put together a list of 41 books with transgender and genderqueer characters.

LGBT youth are involved across all youth-serving systems and require services and supports that recognize their unique strengths, challenges, and needs. Some youth-serving organizations and staff are not fully prepared to support LGBT youth Systems of care continue to improve their capacity to meet the needs of this population.

The Transgender Child: A Handbook for Families and Professionals by Stephanie A. Brill and Rachel Pepper This book is my go-to recommendation for anyone with a child who is trans, might be trans. The World Professional Association for Transgender Health promotes the highest standards of health care for individuals through the articulation of Standards of Care (SOC) for the Health of Transsexual, Transgender, and Gender Nonconforming People.

The SOC are based on the best available science and expert professional consensus. If you don’t feel that your gender identity – meaning, your own personal sense of what your gender is – matches the gender you were assigned at birth, you might identify as transgender (or trans).

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