“Safeguarding Your Child” is a comprehensive guide developed by the Canadian Centre for Child Protection, specifically designed to support parents and guardians whose child has been or may have been sexually abused. This invaluable resource serves as a vital tool in the healing process, providing essential information and practical advice to ensure the safety and well-being of the child.
Covering a range of crucial topics, the guide addresses key aspects of safeguarding, including the importance of personal boundaries, effective supervision, and strategies for protecting children when they are outside parental care. With the pervasive influence of technology, the guide also emphasises internet safety and offers insights into mitigating risks associated with online activities.
Furthermore, the guide provides valuable guidance on understanding typical child sexual behavior within the age range of 4-12 years and offers strategies for teaching children about personal safety.
“Safeguarding Your Child” equips parents and guardians with the knowledge and tools necessary to create a secure environment for their child. It also includes references and recommended reading for further support and guidance.
Safeguarding your child
As your child develops
The role of personal boundaries
Supervision and safeguarding
Safeguarding your child when outside your care
Safety with internet-enabled devices
Typical child sexual behaviour (4-12 years of age)
Teach your child about personal safety
References and recommended reading
FREE DOWNLOAD OF SAFEGUARDING YOUR CHILD – GUIDE FOR PARENTS WHOSE CHILD WAS/MAY HAVE BEEN SEXUALLY ABUSED
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