We get this question a LOT! Here are some options for bringing Kidpower to your school or youth organization:
2. Send or encourage mental health staff and educators to participate in our Kidpower Skills for Child Protection Advocates Institute – a 3-day Professional Development Training, so they can learn and teach others how to use Kidpower’s intervention, advocacy, and personal safety skills and “Problems Into Practices” Teaching Method.
3. Give The Kidpower Book for Caring Adults: Personal Safety, Self-Protection, Confidence, and Advocacy for Young People as a comprehensive resource for your health educators, counselors, and social workers.
4. Give the People Safety Assignments book to elementary and middle school teachers so they have lessons to present and assignments they can copy each year for their classrooms.
5. Give the One Strong Move: Cartoon-Illustrated Self-Defense Lessons book to middle and high school physical education teachers and youth activity leaders for their self-defense curriculum.
6. Contact Kidpower International about hourly consultation by telephone, Skype, or email about how to use our program to address specific concerns.