Programs


Starting Strong Adult-Child Workshop for ages 3-5 (50 minutes)

Enjoy an introduction to People Safety Skills with your young child. Storytelling, puppets and interactive role plays introduce simple but powerful skills to handle unkind words, check first before touching something unsafe, move away from someone doing unsafe things such as throwing sand or playing too roughly, and get help from you effectively, even when you are busy.

Classroom and After-School Programs for grades k -5 (30 minutes- 2 hours)

Our school programs works with individual classrooms to teach personal safety skills.  Teachers are required to stay in the classroom and learn along with their students so they can continue to reinforce the Kidpower skills throughout the school year.

Kidpower Adult-Child Workshops  for ages  6-12 (3 hours)

Children and parents learn age-appropriate safety skills and how to practice them together. These skills can be used right away to feel safer and more confident dealing with people at home, on the playground, and out and about in the world. During the workshop families are coached in how to continue practicing and reinforcing the skills on their own.

Teenpower Personal Safety Workshops for ages 13-17 (3 hours)

Teens get the opportunity to learn and practice personal boundary-setting, advocacy, awareness, and deescalation skills. These skills can help develop healthy relationships with people in all areas of their lives. Most often, these workshops are provided through youth groups and high schools. All programs require at least one adult to participate.

Parent and Caregiver Education  (1-2 hours)

In this adults-only workshop, parents, teachers, and other caregivers learn how to introduce and practice personal safety skills with their children without creating fear. Through discussion adults learn about child safety, how to advocate for their children and how to create safety plans.