Sexual Health Victoria provides a professional advice and education consultation service for families, carers and professionals to build their knowledge, skills and capacity to support and educate their client/family member in relation to their reproductive and sexual health, sexuality and relationships.

The professional advice and education consultation involves an SHV Educator working to advise and educate the networks of an individual. The individual is not present during the consultation. The aim of the consultation is to clarify pertinent issues and to provide advice, education and resources for the individual's ongoing support and education. Sessions usually are an hour long and you can book multiple consultations if required.

How much does it cost?

  • $250.00 per hour gst free

Criteria for consult

Criteria for professional advice and education consultations:

  • the consultation is in reference to an individual (for consultations in reference to multiple people visit Tailored Workforce Development Sessions)
  • the individual being discussed has a cognitive disability

What is the process?

All initial enquiries for professional advice and education consultations should be directed to the Disability and Community Educator on 03 9257 0130 or

Once criteria for the service has been confirmed, a tentative date will be booked for the consult. Payment must be made, before the consult, for it to proceed. Referrers will be required to ensure that the intake form is completed and returned a week before the consultation. Once the consultation is complete, the referrer will be provided with a summary of discussion (including suggestions and recommended resources) for ongoing education with the individual.


Professional advice and education consultations are held face-to-face at your location or ours (no private homes) or via video conferencing.

Forms and resources

You can download some relevant forms and resources below

SHV Disability Complaint Information

Advocacy Services List

Information about our terms and conditions can be found here

We respect your privacy

Sexual Health Victoria takes its obligations under the Victorian Health Records Act 2001 and the Commonwealth Privacy Act 1988 (Cth) seriously and would like to take all reasonable steps in order to comply and protect the privacy of the personal information that we hold. Please refer to our full privacy policy.

All consultations conducted in our offices require attendees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. See more


Contact Us

Disability and Community Educator

Telephone: 03 9257 0130