Kidpower Resource Library
We provide the most accessible and comprehensive ‘People Safety’ resources online of any organization worldwide.
Help people be safe and thrive in their relationships and interactions with everyone, everywhere, in-person and online. Sign up for our free community membership for access to hundreds of safety articles, handouts, skills guides, videos, webinars, and posters. Learn how to use Kidpower’s Positive Practice Method, skills, and strategies to prevent and stop most bullying, abuse, kidnapping, and other violence in ways that build confidence rather than fear – and how to develop healthy relationships that enrich our lives. We also have paid professional and executive level memberships available. Are you already a member? Login Here.
This e-book provides a step-by-step teaching tool that any caring adult can use to teach vital “People Safety” skills that can prepare children and teens to take charge of their emotional and physical safety, increase their confidence, and develop healthy relationships. These are skills that last a lifetime.
Kidpower Safety Signals are simple gestures, words, and drawings that make it easy to teach, learn, and remember the key interpersonal safety strategies, concepts, and skills we teach to children, teens, and adults, including those with special needs, of many different cultures around the world.
Use these colorful child protection and safety posters as regular reminders and discussion prompts about your commitment to the safety and well being of children and yourselves. Download and display in your home, school, healthcare facility, gym, and youth organizations.
Kidpower Consent & Healthy Boundaries Checklist – 4 Posters for classrooms, youth centers, and even home! Touch or games for play, teasing, and affection should be: #1) SAFE so that no one gets hurt. #2) OK with Each Person so that each person says “yes” and gives authentic CONSENT. #3) Allowed by the adults in charge. #4) Not a Secret — Others Can Know (because abusive behavior thrives in secrecy).
Teenpower Skill Cards – Online Student Edition for New Zealand – adapted version of Teenpower Violence Prevention Programme with 19 Skill Cards for young people to learn, develop and practice a range of experiential, evidence and success-based violence prevention strategies and skills (using skill practices), that will help them to keep safe in a variety of situations including online interactions.
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