Join us as we discuss how to keep kids safe and prevent child sexual abuse. It is our responsibility as providers, parents, and caregivers to help children stay safe and this workshop will give you the tools to do just that! Conversations around body safety should happen in every family and can be done with ease and without fear or discomfort. Come discover how you can start this conversation with your child today.

Learning objectives

  • Explore ways to talk to children about their body and safety
  • List concrete ways to reduce the risk of child sexual abuse
  • Describe what to say and do if a child discloses abuse

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