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.
Category: Children and Youth
A coalition of organizations have been working together to change the field of special education in the US to include personal safety objectives as part of the Individual Family Service Plans (IFSP) and Individual Education Plans (IEP) of children with disabilities.
Social Aggression and Relational Aggression: Kidpower Skills for Recognizing the Problem and Staying Safe
“Social aggression” or “relational aggression” are terms commonly used by researchers and other professionals with expertise about this kind of behavior, which occurs among people of any gender, not just girls.
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.