this program teaches parents the importance of discussing body safety with their children. during this program, parents will learn different ways to talk about sexual abuse to their children while learning the "do's" and "don'ts" of when a child discloses. parents will also learn about some indicators – signs and symptoms - to look for in a child who may have been sexually abused.
in this program parents will learn that communication between parent and child is very important. parents will learn that constructive listening skills and that asking the child leading questions may help obtain answers. parents will also learn some healthy ways to set boundaries with their child by being a positive role model in their life.
this program takes a look at the abundance of technology and its effect on the family life. from cell phones to computers; television to video games, technology is prevalent in our homes. through discussion, parents will learn how having and making "family-time" may help communication between parents and children. this program will also teach parents some internet safety skills and how to keep their family protected from online predators.
this program is designed to educate parents about sexual abuse/assault and to provide them with information so they will help prevent, recognize and react responsibly to child sexual abuse/assault.
this program focuses on victim's issues. it looks at the myths and attitudes that surround sexual assault/abuse. there will also be information on how to address this issue in the community.
"children are the world's most valuable resource and its best
hope for the future."
john fitzgerald kennedy