Although most people who come to your door will have good intentions, you need to remember that opening your door to someone provides this person with easy access to your home. We at Kidpower recommend the following steps for making and rehearsing Safety Plans with kids for opening the door and for being home alone. Doing the following Kidpower practices is fun, only takes a few minutes, and can make a tremendous difference to your children’s ability to be successful in using these skills in real life.Please Sign-up for our free community membership to access to this content and 100s more Kidpower resources. (Already a member? Login now.)
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