5 Ways to Help Protect Your Kids from Sexual Abuse
There is a growing alertness among parents, educators, and the church about the need to teach kids tangible ways to stay safe. Until children are old enough to keep themselves safe, it is the job of parents and concerned adults to prepare them to navigate difficult situations that may occur when they are away from us. For this reason, it is always the right time to be educating children on concrete, age-appropriate safety skills.
Below are five ways you can begin to train/educate your children to help protect them from sexual abuse.