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Fulfilling Erin’s Law Appropriately

Erin’s Law presentation teaches students, teachers about sexual abuse By Maria Maxham In September and October, Forest Park School District 91 will hold its fifth annual Erin’s Law presentation for all students from kindergarten through eighth grade in the district. In 2011, Illinois passed Erin’s Law, which mandates that all public schools educate children about…

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What To Do If A Child Discloses Abuse

Child abuse happens every day somewhere. It is often a family member or a known “friend” of the family that is the perpetrator. Children like all of us, need an outlet to let go of steam. Please try to be available to listen. They don’t always have that luxury at home. If a child discloses…

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Talking About Sexual Abuse

I was featured in a blog called, Baby Sideburns (www.babysideburns.com) Karen Alpert has a very unique way of writing. Thank you, Karen for this opportunity. A very serious post about something serious that you need to take seriously Holy crap. Wait, that’s not enough. HOLY. CRAP. For years we’ve been getting the same email home…

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Walk, Eat, and Live

 

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Special Needs and Body Safety

  WHAT THE DATA SAYS: The vulnerability of children with special needs makes them the ideal predator target. They are perfect prey because they may not understand what is happening, know to speak up or have the communication skills to do so. Children with intellectual disability are also at risk of being sexually abused. A…

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Clear or Cloudy?

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The Original Fort Nite

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Unforgettable Moments

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True Nobility

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Welcome!

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