Parent's guide to prevent child sexual abuse: tips to keep your kids and teens safe
Kidsrights, Jan 1, 2003 - 28 pages
This newly revised and updated edition of Parent Talk gives parents practical information about recognizing and preventing child sexual abuse. It also includes tips for keeping kids safe on the Internet, information about safety planning, and advice on keeping communication open with children. Appropriate for parents of young children and teens, the booklet is an invaluable resource for parents dealing with today's difficult issues. Also just revised, this 32-page booklet gives parents practical information about recognizing and preventing child sexual abuse with Internet safety tips.
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A Note to Parents
How Does Child Sexual Abuse Occur?
How Do Children Feel After Being Sexually
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