Stewards of Children – Teaches adults how to prevent, recognize, and react responsibly to child sexual abuse. Additional training is available that is designed to provide more in-depth information and skill development in topic areas addressed in Stewards of Children®, including but not limited to other forms of abuse, mandated reporting, and human trafficking.
Recognizing & Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect – This training teaches how to recognize indicators of sexual abuse, physical abuse, emotional abuse, and neglect. In this one-hour session, you will learn your legal obligations as a mandated reporter defined by your state.
Healthy Touch For Children & Youth – Learn guidelines for healthy touch and safe, respectful ways to interact with children at home and in youth serving settings. You will also learn about healthy sexual development in order to identify normal and abnormal touching behaviors.
Bystander Protecting Children From Boundary Violations &Sexual Abuse – This training teaches ways to intervene to reinforce a child’s boundaries with adults and other children. You will also receive examples of red flag behaviors and learn how to make spontaneous and planned interventions.
Talking With Children About Safety From Sexual Abuse – Learning how to have age-appropriate, open conversations about our bodies, sex, and boundaries is an important step in protecting children. In this 30-minute training, learn how to talk and listen to children about personal safety and sexual abuse.
Child Sexual Abuse & The Commercial Sexual Exploitation Of Children – The commercial sexual exploitation of children (CSEC) is directly linked to child sexual abuse. Learn why preventing child sexual abuse is important to reducing the risk of children being sexually exploited.
Mandated Reporter – This training is designed for every mandated reporter and available to any adult interested in protecting children.
Topics covered include:
- When must a mandated reporter make a report to the Hotline?
- If I am an administrator, what is my liability regarding mandated reporting?
- What happens after the report is made?
- Creating an online account to report abuse.
- How to receive a disclosure.
Child Advocacy Center Services – Ever wondered what the Child Advocacy Center does? This presentation helps explain the services that the CAC provides to children and families in our community.
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