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“Everybody Changes” is developed to reach students in 5th and 6th grade regarding the changes that occur during puberty. Reality Check, Inc. provides “Everybody Changes” classes in a one hour time frame for gender separate classes. 



- Power point lecture style

- Fast pace

- Age Appropriate

- Captures the Imagination and Heart


Topics That Are Addressed:

- Changes: Same/Different

- Male/Female Reproductive Systems/Menstruation

- Social Changes

- Emotional Changes


Available for purchase, training, and curriculum.


"X-Factor" is a five-day program that provides “Games with a Purpose.”


It focuses on five key areas:

- Boundary Setting

- Self-Control and Respect

- Risk Avoidance

- Self-Discipline

- Power and Freedom of Sexual Integrity


Available for purchase, training, and curriculum.

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Reality Check offers 1-day “Teen Seminars” that range in duration from one to three hours per student group.  These seminars can be used as a kick-off, or as a later supplement, to the regular classroom program.  Seminars are presented to groups of no more than 50 students at a time in order to maintain the personal rapport building that is achieved through the interactive presentation.  The same presentation can be given to multiple groups of students at the same school in the same day.  Potential topics to choose from include any combination of goals, relationships, boundary setting, risks of sexual intimacy (STD's, emotional risk), dating violence/sexual abuse, character/integrity concepts, maturity/hormones, healthy/unhealthy way to meet basic emotional needs, drugs/alcohol, pressures (media, peers, etc.) and the reproductive system. 


The Administration for Children, Youth and Families (ACYF) within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has completed a thorough and objective review of the medical and scientific information in Choosing the Best programs and found them to be medically accurate. Choosing the Best is committed to providing medically accurate information, based on research from sources such as peer-reviewed, published journals and government agency publications (e.g. CDC).

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