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.
by Irene van der Zande, Kidpower Founder and Executive Director | Jul 31, 2013
I am pleased and honored to have Kidpower featured in 2 new videos produced in partnership with Jim Thompson, Positive Coaching Alliance (PCA) Founder and CEO, and Mark Murphy, Green Bay Packers President and CEO…
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