Healthy Body Image: Information & Interactive Activities

This 107-page resource aims to provide information and interactive activities to promote the development of a healthy body image. Table of Contents: Activity 1: Scavenger Hunt (Icebreaker) Activity 2: How’s Your Body Image? Activity 3: Body expression! Activity 4: What Makes an Ideal Body? Activity…


Digiduck’s Big Decision – Storybook about Friendship and Responsibility Online

A beautifully illustrated storybook for children about friendship and responsibility online. Learning how to be a good friend online is now a key part of a young person’s development. Parents play an important role in teaching kids how to safely navigate the many positive opportunities the Internet and new technologies…


Locksy and Bubbly Plan and Fun Surprise: “Say NO to Secrets”

A storybook helping children differentiate between positive secrets (birthday party) and negative secrets (physical abuse, stealing). Read the story and talk with a child about other scenarios and their own experience of being told to keep a secret.


Feelings Board Game

A printable board game. The game enables social workers and other practitioners to gain good insight into a child’s feelings and life while having a lot of fun playing the game.


My Book About Feelings

This book gives children an opportunity to write about their feelings. At only 8 half-pages long, this book asks children to list what makes them happy, sad, scared, mad and glad. 


My Family’s Changing Activity Book for Teens (Dealing with divorce)

This pdf activity book is colourfully illustrated and offers older kids and teens activities to complete in addition to answering questions they might have about their parents’ divorce. This pamphlet offers very basic information to educate and help older kids and teens dealing with these…


My Family’s Changing Activity Book for Children (Dealing with divorce)

This pdf activity book on divorce is colorfully illustrated and offers kids activities to complete in addition to answering basic questions they might have about their parents’ divorce. This pamphlet offers very basic information to educate and help kids dealing with these difficult circumstances.


The Power and Control Wheel (The Duluth Model)

The Power and Control Wheel is a tool that helps explain the different ways an abusive partner can use power and control to manipulate a relationship. Social workers can use it to help a victim recognise any of the warning signs in their own relationship.


Careageous Kids: Keeping your Body Safe; Colouring Workbook

This 20-sheet learning guide helps to teach children how to protect their body and keep it safe from sexual abuse. It explains ‘good touches’ and ‘bad touches’ as well as private parts and encourages children to disclose any potential abuse. 


The Equality Wheel (The Duluth Model)

The Equality Wheel describes the qualities involved in healthy relationships. The Equality Wheel shows the changes needed for men who batter to move from being abusive to non-violent partnership. It is best used with the Duluth Power and Control Wheel. 


Something Small: A Story about Remembering (for young children)

A story helping young children cope with grief; about Elmo’s cousin who discovers simple everyday ways to remember her father through familiar routines, favourite songs, stories, and special comfort items. Talk together about the different things that she does. Some might be just right for a child you work with.


Little Children Big Challenges: Incarceration (Story Book)

A story book which explains to children that it is OK to miss their parent who is currently in prison and which points out that there are other people who love them and who they can be cared for by.  In addition, Sesame Street created a Guide for Parents and Caregivers…


Two-hug Day (Storybook about Divorce)

Two-hug day is a storybook about Niko. His parents are divorced, and on two-hug day, Niko changes from living at his daddy’s house to living at his mommy’s house. The book enables a social worker to explore ways how a child they work with can cope with the changes…


Anti-Bullying Worksheet

Worksheet asking child to think of the ways how they can stop bullying, think of the ways how being bullied would make them feel and listing various short scenarios asking child to state whether they think that these depict bullying.


The Underwear Rule : Guides for Children and Parents

These simple and colourful guides for children and parents help children keep safe from sexual abuse. The Underwear Rule teaches children that their body belongs to them, they have a right to say no, and that they should tell an adult if they’re upset or…


Drugs & Alcohol Workbook

Excellent workbook enabling practitioners to assist their service user to understand their addiction cycle, introduce tools which can be used during their recovery and teach them various coping strategies for life.


AUDIT: Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test & Guidelines

Used to identify whether there is a problem with alcohol dependency, the AUDIT is a simple questionnaire method developed by the World Health Organization (WHO) assessing alcohol consumption, drinking behaviours, and alcohol-related problems.


Alcohol Use Questionnaire

The Alcohol Use Questionnaire recommended by the Department of Health has been found to be effective in detecting adults with alcohol disorders and those with hazardous drinking.


Person Posing A Risk To Children Assessment Framework

This tool is designed to provide a framework for assessing the risk posed by such individuals, who may or may not be convicted. It is intended for use as a framework for discussion with the PPR and other members of the household, (not a form…