Most of us know a family with a child with a disability, and I encourage you to share some exciting and important news about a landmark policy from the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) that can help keep these vulnerable kids safe. Sadly, children with disabilities are at far greater risk of maltreatment, such as bullying, sexual […]
Kids and adults alike benefit from being able to speak up instead of suffering through intrusive games, conversations, affection, and other pressures that often become issues during the holidays.
Stopping “If ONLY” stories through powerful action: In honor of Child Abuse Prevention Month this April
Awareness, action, and skills can keep our precious children and teens safe from most abuse, most bullying, and most other violence, most of the time. Please help us honor April as Child Abuse Prevention Month by taking these actions.
For Mother’s Day, The Kidpower Book to the mothers and mother figures in your life for their own use or in their honor to a school, library, or youth organization. Kidpower will e-mail a personalized note if you if you let us know.
For our special press release about this educational outreach, we need quotes from people who have used our program to help make kids safer.