Kidpower Response to NPR blog post by Emily Lodish about “Global Parenting Habits That Haven’t Caught on Yet in the U.S.” answering the question, “If this is safe for kids in these other countries, why isn’t it acceptable here?”
Thanks to the power of community and the miracle of the Internet, Kidpower’s waterfall of love has grown to embrace much of the world! We are celebrating 25 years of keeping kids- and people who used to be kids – SAFE!
A series of short video interviews describing each of Kidpower’s 7 strategies for keeping children safe and how to apply these concepts to your daily life.
Thank you to Whole Foods Market – and to you for your interest in protecting and empowering young people in your community.
Taking trips, going to camp, or spending more time on their own in the neighborhood can be great for kids in the summer. But changing routines and going to new places can also present new risks. Here are some resources providing simple steps parents can take and safety skills they can teach their kids before summer camp and recreational activities start, in ways that are fun and age-appropriate rather than scary.
My grief about Elliot Rodger’s Santa Barbara killing rampage takes me to an almost wordless place. But I think it’s important to find my voice and try to address it.