A step-by-step guide for parents and carers on how to protect children from sexual abuse through personal Body Safety Education. This guide contains simple, practical and age-appropriate ideas, as well as important information on how abusers groom.
Body Safety knowledge empowers children. It goes a long way in keeping them safe from sexual abuse, and ensuring they grow up as assertive and confident teenagers and adults. There is no downside!
“This excellent book is packed full of helpful and practical ideas. It complements perfectly Jayneen’s wonderful children’s book ‘Some Secrets Should Never Be Kept’ and I highly recommend that parents, teachers and professionals working in child-care make sure they have a copy of ‘Body Safety Education’ handy” - Sue Atkins Parenting Coach, Speaker, Broadcaster & Author of ‘Parenting Made Easy — How to Raise Happy Children’
“Adults can feel anxious and uncomfortable about talking with and teaching children about body safety so 'Body Safety Education' is the essential tool to support them to feel more confident to do this safely in the knowledge that they have a simple method and safe words to use. Keeping children safe from sexual abuse is everyone’s responsibility and not just an ‘add on’ and at a time when we have a growing, deepening awareness of the effects and levels of child sexual abuse 'Body Safety Education' is a vital guide to how to protect children early on and as they grow and develop. It is a much needed testament to the importance of educating all children as a matter of course about keeping their body safe and the rights they have to do this” - Jane Evans, Trauma Parenting Specialist and Trainer.
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