Protecting Children from Sexual Abuse

It is an ADULT'S responsibility to:

  1. Educate the child in their care in Body Safety Education.
  2. Become educated themselves in:
    • grooming techniques used by perpetrators
    • statistics on child sexual abuse
    • the signs that a child is being sexually abused
    • what to do if a child discloses.
  3. Believe a child when they disclose.
  4. Educate the wider community in the importance of protecting children from sexual abuse.
  5. Let friends, family and those who come in contact with their child know that their child is educated in Body Safety and to respect their boundaries.
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