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Accessible Sexual Health in the Media

See where we've been and who's talking about us!

Podcast cover art for Sex + Health Podcast, Disability and sexual health series Part 2 Implicit Bias and Ableism with Nellie Galindo MSW MSPH, AASECT Professional Member, by ASHA

Sex + Health Podcast by the American Sexual Health Association (ASHA)

In part two of our Disability & Sexual Health Series, we chat with Nellie Galindo, MSW, MPH, and AASECT Professional Member, about implicit bias and ableism. She is the founder of Accessible Sexual Health, which is a mission-driven organization that seeks to advance access to comprehensive sex education for people with disabilities.

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Cover art for Interdisciplinary, the health care podcast from Healwell

I'm a TAB, You're a TAB by Interdisciplinary

We are so excited to talk to Nellie Galindo, disability advocate, sexual health educator, and speaker at Healwell's September Symposium! We talk about consent, communication, care, and compassion.

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Circles of Sexuality: Creating Inclusive, Comprehensive Sex Education for Autistic Students, in Autism Spectrum News

In this article, Nellie Galindo, MSW, MSPH of Accessible Sexual Health LLC, describes how using the framework of the Circles of Sexuality can help autism providers understand what topics should be included in a comprehensive sex education program.

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Podcast cover art for A Trauma Survivor Thriver's Podcast, Episode 4: Disability & Abuse, with Nellie Galindo, MSW, MSPH and Anna Myers, Trauma Survivor

Disability & Abuse by A Trauma Survivor Thriver's Podcast

Children with developmental disabilities and mental health diagnoses are about 5 times more likely to be sexually abused than children without disabilities. In this episode, I speak with Nellie Galindo, Mental Health and Disabilities Advocate and trauma survivor Anna Myers who also lives with a learning disability.

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