Understand the types of digital dangers (including sexting and cyberbullying) and abuse youth can be exposed to online. Learn strategies to help reduce risk and empower youth to make healthy choices.
Review how to recognize, react to, and report child abuse. This training is intended for Mandatory Reporters and it’s presented in collaboration with ODHS Child Welfare.
Explore the digital world through the eyes of young users via fun videos and interactive discussion. Learn best practices you and your children can implement today to stay safe and have healthy relationships with cell phones.
Explore how to talk about difficult topics with your children in a way that is age-appropriate and supportive. Practice how to have open and ongoing conversations so you can feel confident talking with your children.
Learn how to balance children’s needs for warmth and affection with safe, respectful ways of interacting. Understand guidelines for healthy touch and how to identify normal and abnormal touching behaviors.
Learn about commercial sexual exploitation, circumstances that make children vulnerable, and practical actions adults can take to prevent sexual abuse and reduce the risk for children being commercially sexually exploited.
An introduction to how bystanders play an important role in protecting children from boundary violations and sexual abuse. Learn new skills for intervening when someone has crossed a safe boundary with a child.
Learn the five steps to keeping children safe from child sexual abuse: 1) Learn the Facts; 2) Minimize Opportunity; 3) Talk About It; 4) Recognize the Signs; 5) React Responsibly.