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At AMAZE, we believe that all young people deserve quality, medically-accurate and age-appropriate family life and sex education. Regardless of the topic, AMAZE strives to be the go-to resource for information on topics related to a young person’s growth and development.
All of our videos go through a thorough review process by AMAZE staff, AMAZE’s International Content Review Committee, and other subject matter experts and partners. Our AMAZE staff and International Content Committee are individuals who have experience in public health, educational theory, adolescent development, age and developmentally-appropriate sex education and health education. All of our videos are aligned with the National Sex Education Standards and International Technical Guidance on Sexuality Education.
AMAZE understands that all young people develop at various ages throughout their adolescence. AMAZE believes that regardless of where a young person lives or goes to school, all young people need access to this information so they can make informed decisions to safeguard their health and well-being now and into the future.
AMAZE supports and empowers parents, caregivers, educators, and other trusted adults with the autonomy to view and select videos that they deem appropriate for their young person’s personal growth and development. For additional resources on how to utilize AMAZE videos with young people, visit AMAZE Educators and AMAZE Parents for playlists, lesson plans, toolkits, or look for the school bus icon that are classroom favorites. For more information on what ages to start talking to a young person about sexuality, check out the resource guide from Talking with Your Kids.