Wise up to sexual abuse: A guide for parents & carers

The Wise Up booklet aims to educate parents and carers to become aware of the signs of child sexual abuse in order to: • Identify risky situations • Know how to respond to children’s disclosures • Know who to report concerns to (replace the contact…


Online safety agreement template

FAMILY ONLINE SAFETY AGREEMENT  A family agreement is a great way to start a conversation with your whole family about how you all use the internet, and to start discussions together around how to behave in a positive way when online, whether this is at…


What we need to know to protect our children from sexual abuse

This booklet aims to provide the information parents and carers need to recognise the warning signs of abuse and to build the confidence to do something about it. Contents: Introduction Why do we need to know about child sexual abuse? What is child sexual abuse?…


Protecting Your Child from Sexual Abuse – parents’ prevention guide

Protecting Your Child was developed by Canadian Centre for Child Protection and is intended to help parents/guardians better understand the issue of child sexual abuse. Topics covered include the scope of child sexual abuse, personal boundaries, adult supervision, children’s use of internet-enabled devices, concerning sexual…


Keeping Children Safe from Sexual Abuse: info sheet for parents

Outlines sexual abuse facts, offers tips on how to keep a child safe from sexual abuse & how to react if a child has experienced sexual abuse. (The sheet includes a list of available support services – replace the list by providing contact details for your…


Teen relationship abuse: Safety Plan

A practical guide to creating a safety plan with teenagers who are in a relationship with an abusive partner. It covers the following areas: Staying safe at school Staying safe at home Staying safe emotionally Getting help in your community These are things I can…


Feeling Happy, Feeling Safe – videos for pre-school children

Feeling Happy, Feeling Safe is a series for pre-school children to watch with parents, carers or professionals. Each short film is designed to open conversations about emotions and safety, and supplies discussion questions. Feeling Happy “Feeling Happy” introduces the idea of talking about feelings. It shows…


Sexual safety plan template – child & carer

This agreement is designed to keep everyone safe in a child’s family or facility. It lists the rules for living together safely in their family, for respecting the rights, boundaries, and comfort level of others, and for ensuring the personal safety of everyone. Click here…


Healthy Relationships Toolkit – Teenagers

This interactive toolkit was designed to teach young people about healthy relationships, choices, and communication. It addresses attitudes, opinions, and behaviors related to dating abuse and healthy relationships. The toolkit will be best delivered within a group setting however can be also used during 1:1…


Sexual behaviours traffic light tool

Using the resource, professionals can learn to identify, assess and respond to sexual behaviour in children and young people in a confident and appropriate manner. It can be also used when explaining to parents/carers what constitutes healthy sexual behaviour and how to identify when their…


Keeping Teens Safe from Online Sexual Exploitation (Guide for parents)

This parent brochure, developed by Canadian Centre for Child Protection, has been created in response to emerging online risks and recent tragedies involving young people in Canada. The goal is to inform parents in order to reduce the incidence of adolescent sexual exploitation. It guides…


Relationships: the good the bad & the ugly (Booklet)

A 32 page full colour booklet for young people age 14 – 20 about love, dating, sex and when love hurts. With a quiz, real stories and advice. The booklets covers the following topics: What a good relationship looks like Respect checklist Sex, trust and…


Help keep children safe online (guide for parents)

This easy-to-read guide provides information and guidance that parents need to keep their child safe online. It guides the parents to talk to their child and discuss the potential safety issues, get the family involved and being proactive in seeking further support and advice.