How do I best support my transgender child? video

Secondary

A parent of a transgender child shares her advice on supporting trans children.

Knowing how to support and advocate for your child when they’ve come out as transgender can feel overwhelming.

In this video, parent Sarah shares her journey – from learning about the trans community to helping her child feel comfortable in school, at the doctor’s and on social media.

Using this resource

This resource is designed for:

  • use by parents

If a student in the school comes out as transgender, this video may be a useful resource to share with parents.

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