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Protected: Teaching physical boundaries to support prevention

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Protected: “Boundaries” is definitely a buzzword in prevention

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Why I’m not squeezing my grandkids in that bearhug like I used to

My grandkids call me Dede because “grandma” just wasn’t happening. I’m far too cool to be a grandma – and I certainly don’t feel like one. But sometimes, even Dede’s mess up.  A few days ago, I was at a family gathering and was squeezing my 10-year-old grandson in what I thought was a lovely…
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Rethinking the ‘Body Talk’

In sexual assault prevention work, we often talk about how important it is to get consent when it comes to physical contact with others’ bodies. We want children to know that their bodies are theirs, and that others’ bodies and boundaries deserve respect.  Small, early practices like asking “Can we move over there?” before moving…
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Play with a Purpose – Baltimore 2022

In October, the Erin Levitas Foundation celebrated it’s largest-ever Play with A Purpose card day ♦️♠️ at Woodholme Country Club. More than 120 people gathered to play cards, learn a little bit about sexual assault prevention, and raise more than $17,000 for prevention education!  ✨ There was such a warm feeling in the room and…
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Boosting Connectedness & Emotional Health in Conversation

Did you know you can help children thrive by supporting positive emotional health and feelings of being connected to a community? Researchers are even starting to uncover connections between these skills and factors that protect kids from harming others and eventually perpetrating sexual violence. So what’s emotional wellness anyway? The National Institute for Health defines…
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