The “How to Talk to Your Child about Knives” guide is a practical and informative leaflet designed to provide parents and caregivers with valuable advice on reducing the likelihood of a child carrying a knife. This resource aims to equip parents with the necessary tools to address the topic, offering guidance on what to look for, how to initiate conversations, and where to seek additional support if needed.
The guide offers practical suggestions and pointers for parents, empowering them to take proactive steps in addressing this important issue. It provides insights on identifying potential warning signs, engaging in open and honest discussions with their child, and fostering a safe and supportive environment for communication.
By providing clear and actionable advice, the guide enables parents to play an active role in educating their child about the risks and consequences associated with carrying knives. It emphasizes the importance of early intervention and equips parents with the knowledge to address the topic in a sensitive and effective manner.
FREE DOWNLOAD OF HOW TO TALK TO YOUR CHILD ABOUT KNIVES (A PARENTS’ GUIDE) (PDF)