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What To Do If You Suspect a Child Is Being Harmed

What To Do If You Suspect a Child Is Being Harmed

Is your intuition telling you something is happening? Take action. Look for warning signs. Take notes. Report it. If you believe a child you know is being harmed your first step is to look for warning signs. Keep an eye out for physical signs including: Pain, itching,...

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The Tool Every Child Needs

The Tool Every Child Needs

Consent is something so simple to achieve but rarely asked for. The younger a child is when taught about consent, the more empowered they feel over their actions and body as they age. Teaching a young child about consent doesn’t necessarily mean having to have the...

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Say Something

Say Something

Joe Paterno walked away from his beloved Penn State football team mid-season on October 29, 2011. He retired from coaching with 409 wins under his belt, ranking him second among college football coaches with most wins in history. He also retired with a dark shadow...

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National Read Across America Day

National Read Across America Day

March 2nd is Dr. Seuss' birthday and National Read Across America Day. This day is dedicated to inspiring children and adults to read and continue to use their imagination. Celebrate #NationalReadAcrossAmericaDay by grabbing your favorite kid book and read with a...

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National Tooth Fairy Day

National Tooth Fairy Day

February 28 is #NationalToothFairyDay. Did you know the tooth fairy has been around for ages? Some cultures believed baby teeth had to be disposed of properly so no harm would come to the child. Yet the Vikings believed that children's teeth brought good luck during...

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