If your family plans to play Pokémon GO, Kidpower recommends that you take these simple steps to be safe and have more fun: Recognize the possible safety problems Practice skills, make decisions, and set boundaries that can prevent or avoid problems Make Safety Plans that include skills, boundaries, and agreements Stay in communication and have […]
Learning about consent isn’t just about sex. Children can start to learn the following Kidpower safety rules for safety with touch as soon as they can talk, and these rules stay relevant throughout their lives: Touch or games for play, teasing, and affection should be safe, ok with each person, allowed by the adults in charge, and not a secret.
This loss of life is heartbreaking. In the last few days, at least two men of color have died after being shot by police officers, just the latest in a devastating string of shootings of men of color by law enforcement. One of the killings this week was witnessed by a 4-year-old child whose life […]
Here are some resources providing simple steps parents can take and safety skills they can teach their kids before year-end events, summer camps, and recreational activities start, in ways that are fun and age-appropriate rather than scary.
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Join the “party” – teach everyone important to you a safety skill, make SURE they KNOW you care about their well-being, help to increase their understanding about how to protect themselves from harm and get along better with each other, and be fully in the moment so you can enjoy your time together.
Kidpower recommendations for what to do if you have a young child who climbs, runs, or hides out of your reach – including pre-emptive coaching, safety signals, and little books – and just hanging on tight.