If It's Someone You Know?
It Can Happen to Anyone
Not Our Kids
Talking to kids about sexual abuse is a great way to protect them. But how to start the conversation? Here are some tips.
It’s important to teach kids the proper names for all their body parts—but how, and why?
Sexual abuse prevention skills can be taught as part of general safety rules, like seatbelts and fire safety. Here’s how.
The three Rs of safety are Recognize, Report, and Refuse. This will tell you more about them, including how to teach them to kids.
Offenders want victims to keep abuse a secret, but children need to know to tell an adult as soon as they can. You can teach them how.
What’s okay to say to kids about sexual abuse, and at what age? This article summarizes age-appropriate conversations.
Research shows kids are more likely to remember rules and skills if they keep practicing them. Here’s how to do it.
How can you choose babysitters and other caretakers that will keep your child safe? This article offers concrete tips.
You can’t be with your children every moment. So here are some things you can do to assess their safety with other adults.
Talking about child sexual abuse with other adults can help ease your mind when your child is with them, and can help them keep your child safe.