Sexual Abuse Prevention
The 3-day Good Touch/Bad Touch program helps children in Pre-K through
Elementary age understand what sexual abuse is (tricked or forced touch.) It
also teaches children what to do about it (trust your “Uh Oh” feeling,
say No, get away, tell someone and who is responsible (it is never your fault).
This program is designed to address the problem of bullying in the elementary
and middle schools, as this behavior often leads to more serious abuse. Information
on bullying and prevention is discussed.
A two-hour program for identified bullies. This program combines the bullying
prevention program with additional information on consequences, why people
bully, anger management, and what people can do instead of bullying.
elementary, middle and high school aged children.
An education and prevention program for students in elementary school, middle
school, high school, and college. This program discusses all aspects of sexual
harassment to include: defining sexual harassment, types of sexual harassment,
risk reduction, confronting your harasser, and reporting sexual harassment.
This program addresses Internet safety and is for elementary schools, middle
schools, teachers and parents. This program teaches students to utilize good
judgment and critical thinking to identify a potentially dangerous situation
and how to handle the situation.
Assault Prevention for Individuals with Developmental
and/or Physical Challenges
This sexual assault prevention education program is designed for individuals
with developmental and/or physical challenges. We teach clients terminology,
personal rights, assertiveness, creating a support system, and trusting their
Child Sexual Abuse Prevention
A modified one hour version of our 3-day Good Touch/Bad Touch program
for grades K – 5. This program reinforces the 3-day Good Touch/Bad
Touch program and is recommended as a follow-up program later in the school
year. This program is also ideal for older elementary school children as it
talks about body safety issues and is age specific.