It's not just the law, it is the right thing to do! Prevention is the key to your students thriving in school and into adulthood. I created this program to help:
Safety 1st Program -Entrenamiento en español disponible pronto
Mitigate the risk for kids, staff, and your organization by training your staff on child sexual abuse prevention. Your organization may not survive a sexual abuse claim that can lead to being dropped by an insurance carrier, parents removing their kids, a publicity nightmare, or revocation of your license or charter.
As a parent, there is nothing more important than the safety of our kids. We expect that when we send our kids to school, camp, daycare, church, after-school programs, gyms, or coaches that those in charge will also treat safety as their #1 priority.
Church members, staff, and clergy
Youth Serving Organizations - standard or customized training for organizations
Summer Camp / Weekly Camps
After school programs
Sports Teams / Coaches - Gymnastics, Soccer, Equestrian, Softball, Tennis, Swimming, Water Polo, Track & Field, etc.
Businesses that cater to children and families
Preschool / Day Care
Chuck E. Cheese
Laser Tag Facilities
Indoor Trampoline / Jump House
Annual Conferences - Speaking and Training for
Educators / Education Associations
PTAs - Parent Teacher Associations
Public Schools and Charter Schools
Law Enforcement and Legal Professionals
Non-Profits & Youth Serving Organizations
Community Programs and Collaboratives
YOU ARE ALREADY SUPER HEROES! WE JUST WANT TO GIVE YOU ONE MORE SUPER POWER!
We have created a program for schools, churches, and youth-serving organizations that includes:
Screening potential employees & Volunteers - fingerprint scans only catch 3% of predators
Learn how to work with kids and parents when there is an issue
Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Training
Identify red flags and grooming behaviors before they escalate
Learn how to set and reinforce boundaries that apply to everyone
Learn WHEN and HOW to intervene
Policies & Procedures
What should be covered in the interviewing process
What should be covered in the employee and student handbooks
Routine Maintenance Training
Marketing emblems that show your organization puts the safety of kids first. Displaying the physical sticker and digital emblem on your website, marketing collateral, employment applications, volunteer agreements, and lobby will deter predators from your organization.
Perfect for Professional Development, Certificate of Attendance included.
Research shows child molesters deliberately target places of employment and volunteer opportunities that give them the most access to their drug of choice - children. Background checks and fingerprint scans will only weed out convicted molesters, more than 90% are never convicted.
Having your staff trained will put predators on notice and deter them from targeting your organization. There are many organizations for predators to choose from as you can see from the multi-million-dollar lawsuits in the media every day.
Carla van Dam, leading Psychologist, says that child molesters deliberately associate themselves with people who have not been trained on grooming behaviors, are too uncomfortable to discuss child sexual abuse prevention, or too polite to speak up when boundaries are crossed.
Mandated Reporter training is not comprehensive, it is focused on reporting, my training is focused on prevention.
Show parents and the community you put student safety first by implementing my Safety 1st training. The return on investment for the minimal amount of time and money is immeasurable. A discount on your insurance premium may even cover it, ask your carrier.
What is measurable is the impact on kids who are abused:
Perform lower on cognitive ability, academic achievement and memory assessment
Significant increase in truancy and drop-out rates
3 to 5X delinquency and crime
2.2X higher percentage of teen pregnancy
PTSD including 2X higher percentage of anxiety, depression, and suicide
3 to 4X higher percentage of substance abuse
2X higher percentage of obesity and eating disorders
30% more likely to have diabetes, cancer, heart problems, stroke or hypertension
Life expectancy is 10 to 20 years less than people who have not been abused
95% of Child Sexual Abuse can be prevented through education per the Child Molestation Research and Prevention Institute.