What does someone who makes Unsafe Choices and tries to see or do something to a kid’s private body parts for no good reason or to play a game look like? Jeeves debunks commonly held myths about what these people look like… and who they might be… in this important video for children.
About this lesson…
We invite you to download information for both you and your child about this video lesson.
For Parents & Care Givers:
♥ <Insert New Video> video with Dr. Amelia
Other training resources that offer you guidance in having conversations with your child can be found here:
- “Responding to Child Abuse Disclosure”
- “Understanding the Three A’s of Child Sexual Abuse”
- “Talking About Sexual Health with Kids and Other Parents”
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Please take a couple of minutes to let us know what you think of the “Believe Jeeves!” body safety training videos for kids. This brief survey contains 10 short questions. Your thoughts and suggestions are deeply appreciated and will be used to help us improve our training for kids. Thank you! ♥
About Jeeves ♥
Jeeves serves as a loyal volunteer sidekick to Dr. Amelia, providing sweet, loving wags to hundreds of child victims and their caregivers for the past several years. A Havanese, Jeeves has hair instead of fur which helps people visiting the Center who may have allergies. As the TBCAC mascot, Jeeves welcomes any and all opportunities to receive belly rubs and hugs!