A clear, comprehensive, and concise sexual abuse prevention course for busy parents.
SIMPLY SAFE KIDS - PROACTIVE PARENTING ADVANCED CLASS
Sexual abuse prevention education for families may seem intimidating, but with some simple preparation, it doesn't have to be.
You will find a comprehensive collection of parent-friendly articles, short personal videos, lectures, and a great resource list. Also included are few surprise expert guest speakers who will jump in and discuss some particular topics like consent and the online risk. The goal of this course is to provide you with some easy-to-use strategies that will help you feel more comfortable and confident talking about this with your kids today!
Sexual abuse prevention is a serious topic. But, it doesn't have to be scary. Together, we can learn the steps essential to prevent sexual abuse.
This is a conversation that should start with you, the parent. Learning the facts, eliminating the risk, educating our families, and having ongoing, open dialogues are all essential for protecting our kids.
Abusers are hoping that we continue to feel awkward about this topic because a lack of education creates more opportunities for them. So here, we start talking about it and lose the fear.
All of these great resources come with private access to me via email and a private Facebook group where I can connect with you and answer questions.
The first 100 parents to sign up will receive a FREE and personalized copy of I Said No! a kid-to-kid guide to keeping private parts private.
WELCOME TO CLASS
Find a cozy seat, grab your notebook, and some coffee.
- WHY TEACHING ANATOMICALLY CORRECT BODY PARTS IS SO IMPORTANT (2:23)
- A - ALWAYS REVIEW THE BODY BOUNDARIES
- B - BODY BOUNDARIES AND CONSENT (1:43)
- C - CONSENT MADE EASIER (5:21)
- TRUSTED ADULTS AND GREEN FLAG PEOPLE (1:48)
- THE TROUBLE WITH SECRETS (3:22)
- WHAT IF? (2:38)
- OPEN COMMUNICATION (1:43)
- CODE WORDS (1:59)
- ONLINE SAFETY (4:19)
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Best-selling, award winning books for children.
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Learn the Red Flags
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