Adults are responsible for keeping children safe from sexual abuse - and child sexual abuse can be prevented. Here's how:
- Educate yourself about how child sexual abuse happens.
- Speak with all of your children's caregivers about body safety.
Just as you keep your children safe when bicycling, swimming, cooking, or driving, you can also keep your children safe from sexual abuse.
We believe that keeping children safe is a community imperative, that's why parents from High Tech, Westerly Creek, Swigert, Bill Roberts, and Isabella Bird schools have come together to partner with Parenting Safe Children to bring you this illuminating workshop.
Join us - the prevent plan starts with YOU!