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Learn from the experts how to teach kids to be safe!

Today, our instructor Mike was moved to learn that a teen stopped an assault using skills he had taught in a 2-hour Teenpower workshop 5 years ago. The classroom teacher, whose students have intellectual disabilities, told us: "A month after your class, as our student...

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Stop Cyberbullying in “Pediatric Safety”

Cyberbullying is everywhere in the news today, the dark side to social media that creates misery for countless children and adults. Like any form of bullying, cyberbullying can poison someone’s joy in life, reputation, and well being. Teaching digital citizenship can be a powerful solution to cyberbullying. Just as an antidote is a substance that can counteract a form of poisoning, responsible digital citizenship can provide an antidote to cyberbullying.

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Free resources to keep kids safe 4 important steps to protect and empower young people

In today’s troubled times, more than ever, all children need to know that they can turn to and trust an adult for help. As part of September’s Child Protection Advocacy Month, Kidpower International is sharing four important steps plus free resources that can make a lasting difference in a child’s life and help to transform the fear of bullying, violence, and abuse into a future of lifelong safety and success for today’s youth.

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What Does a Child Abuser Look Like?

Once a friend asked me, ” What does a child abuser look like?”
“I wish I had an easy answer to that question,” I said. …

As adults, we need to be prepared to stay connected with our children and know who the people responsible for their safety are and what they are doing. We must ask questions and speak up anytime we have a concern, regardless of discomfort or worries we might have.

Without going into the details about sexual abuse, here is what our kids need to know:

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