First Impressions - People Skills - Module 1: Part 2 - Female Hygiene

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Social & Life Skills

Hygiene for Females

Hygiene for Females

What’s in the package
  • 20 minutes of instruction
  • 6+ objectives
  • Follow up activities
  • Teacher's Guide

Very pleased! I work with the women in this community of ours and I find it very important to address issues pertaining to [hygiene].

Mary Flynn
Peer Advocate
Course Details

With the help of VideoModeling and our on-screen medical expert, the Hygiene module in First Impressions will teach your female students with developmental disabilities, intellectual disabilities, and emotional challenges, the basics of female hygiene, as well as the specifics of our culture’s concept of cleanliness. This Module features our dental consultant, Dr. Steven Subject, DDS who motivates students to care for their teeth by emphasizing the relationship between good dental care and “kissable” breath. Also featured is our medical consultant, Dermatologist Gary Novatt, MD, who helps students separate fact from fiction and TV hype from really good hygiene. Using humorous sketches, and clear, step-by-step demonstrations, your students will learn:

  • The impact hygiene (cleanliness) has in making a good first impression.
  • The meaning and myth of hygiene
  • The benefits of practicing good hygiene
  • The techniques involved in taking a good shower
  • And More!

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