Cece Yara Guide To Prevention It is important to teach children about safe touch, unsafe touch and body boundaries; teach children about the parts on their body that are private. Our private parts are areas on our body that we cover with underwear. Private regions are meant to be kept private by covering them very well… Continue reading Cece Yara’s Guide To Prevention
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Cece Yara’s 3 Steps To Dealing With Reported Abuse The Cece Yara Foundation is dedicated to safeguarding the childhood of every Nigerian child. Our three steps guild provides three steps for dealing with disclosure of abuse
How To Avoid One-On-One Situations. Eliminate or reduce isolated, one-on-one situations so as to decrease risk of abuse.
Why Children Are Afraid To Tell There are many understandable reasons why a child victim of sexual abuse is not likely to tell anyone about their abuse. The abusive adult often times convince the child that they won’t be believed or that they are somehow responsible for the abuse and will be punished for it.… Continue reading Why Children Are Afraid To Tell
BELIEVE IT If you want your child to tell you that something happened…
The Five Steps To Protecting Children The five steps are: Learn the facts; minimize the opportunities; Talk about it; Recognize the sign; React responsibility
How To Talk To Under-7s As parents or trusted adult, it is important to teach your child the following: NO FORCED AFFECTION Your child has the right to refuse an unwanted or uncomfortable touch. Never force a child to hug, sit on a lap or give affection. “NO”! Your child has the right to tell… Continue reading How To Talk To Under-7s
Child Advocacy Our Child Advocates work side by side with Child Protective Services, medical staff…
The Child Advocacy Centre … where small voices can be heard. Trust, Healing and Justics.