Just ask

Just Ask is an innovative project, currently running in Northern Ireland, which aims to improve the sexual health of people with learning disabilities by enabling them to:

  • develop their sexuality and sexual identity
  • achieve sexual health as opposed to sexual ill-health
  • exercise their right to establish adult friendships and relationships.

The project enables people with learning disabilities to participate more fully in society. This improves their quality of life and challenges the social exclusion they often experience.

Find out more about Just Ask by watching the video below. Captions are available.

Just Ask offers:

  • workshops for people with learning disabilities
  • one-to-one information and support sessions for people with learning disabilities
  • workshops and one-to-one information and support sessions for family carers and support workers of people with learning disabilities
  • training for professionals, including teachers working in schools for students with specific educational needs.

More information about Just Ask

Northern and Western Trust areas
Deborah McGinn
Tel: 028 71 260016
Email: [email protected]

All other areas
Joanne Hudson
Tel: 028 90 316115
Email: [email protected]


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