Child Abuse Prevention: Protecting Children And Teens From Sexual Abuse
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Adults and coaches have a responsibility to stop child abuse and keep kids safe. Teaching these skills may seem tricky because of uncomfortable subject matter and scary details, but there are ways to approach kids and empower them with prevention tools that are effective and appropriate.
For an entire library of resources dedicated to Child Abuse Prevention, see the link below.
This resource stems from a Positive Coaching Alliance Trusted Resource - Kidpower - a nonprofit leader in abuse and violence prevention for children and adults. Kidpower makes it FUN to learn about being safe, rather than scary. Caring adults can use the Kidpower Method™ to protect children and teens from bullying, child abuse, abduction, and other violence.