Resources for Sexuality (Men)

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    • The Sexual Device Manual for Persons with Disabilities includes research, clinical expertise and product information. It is intended for health care professionals and their clients with various disabilities. The American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA, 1986) has defined sexual expression as “engaging in desired sexual and intimate activities” and has categorized it as an activity of daily living (ADL) placing it in the same realm as dressing, eating, and toileting in terms of rehabilitation activities to focus on. (Friedman, 1997) The hope is that this manual will encourage dialogue between clinicians and their clients surrounding sexual and reproductive issues for those with disabilities.

    • Discusses physical and psychological changes that can occur in a male's sexual functioning following SCI. Topics include sexual aids, fertility, and relationship issues. Includes resources.

    • Manual de Herida de Médula espinal - el Capítulo 17: Sexualidad. Una publicación del Centro de Herida de Médula Espinal Regional del Valle Delaware. (Sexuality)

    • Spinal Cord Injury Manual - Chapter 17: Sexuality. A publication of the Regional Spinal Cord Injury Center of the Delaware Valley.

  • Companies / Products

    • The Erektor™ is a revolutionary, nonsurgical device that helps men of all ages with Erectile Dysfunction (ED), erectile complications from diabetes, and problems with premature ejaculation once again enjoy a healthy and fulfilling sex life. The Erektor is custom made for maximum comfort, it's doctor recommended and provides immediate results.

    • We support the right of men with disabilities such as spinal cord injury (SCI) or ejaculatory dysfunction to have children or enjoy a healthy sex life. Towards that end, we collaborate with leading medical institutions in the research and development of non-invasive products to facilitate ejaculation and the treatment of male infertility, using penile vibratory stimulation – PVS (also designated TMNS – Transcutaneous Mechnical Nerve Stimulation).

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