WHAT WE DO
Teach personal safety from a place of fun, not fear.
Give parents tools and tips on how to keep their children safe.
Promote raising strong, resilient, independent kids! No helicopter parenting here.
KidSafe provides children and adults with life skills, social-emotional skills which support them in making safer and smarter choices in taking care of themselves and others.
We empower children to not just survive in our society but to thrive. We do this by teaching personal safety, sexual abuse prevention, and human trafficking prevention skills to children and their grown-ups.
Do you know who your kids would choose as their trusted adults? Let’s ask them! Watch to see how.
Cherie Benjoseph, KidSafe Cofounder interviewed by Andrea Clemens on the Andrea Speaks Out Podcast – discussing an easy and effective language of safety you can use with your children to help keep them safe.
PARENT PROGRAMS AND RESOURCES
The one gift parents can give their children during their early years is to empower them with personal safety skills. The challenge is that we were not raised talking about personal safety – we need a manual of sorts. KidSafe provides a number of options to support parents integrating a language of safety into your daily parenting, supporting you to have the tough conversations about body boundaries and secrets in a way that will not be scary for you as a parent or for your children, and activities you can do with your children to keep these conversations going and comfortable.
To learn more:
- Bring the KidSafe for Parents Seminar to your location
- Organize a Zoom KidSafe for Parents with your friends, place of worship, homeschooling group – available in English and Spanish
- Purchase the KidSafe Guidebook for Families
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Today’s training was awesome! It was very informative. Sally was a very good resource, she motivated us a lot! We want to pass on this information to parents, teachers and students! Thank you for offering workshops like this. These are tools we use to continue serving our children and families.
Participant from Children’s Services Council of Broward Seminar
Thank you for giving us the opportunity to be included in the KidSafe program. I highly recommend this program to other schools. We hope that we will be given the same opportunity for our Kindergarten and 2nd grade students to be a part of this wonderful program during the 2016-2017 school year.
Mrs. Keelyn Meselsohn
2nd Grade Teacher/Team Leader Tradewinds Elementary School
I am a parent of two Pine Crest children and I attended your program on Monday night. I just wanted to thank you so very much for the very informative seminar. As hard as it was to hear all of those things, it was very needed. We were thrilled that you were able to come and share that very important information with us and our children. So again…thank you.
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