Believe Jeeves: Is it okay for someone to see or do something to your private body parts?

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We’ve learned that private body parts are “JUST FOR YOU”, but are there times when it’s okay for someone to see or do something to a private body part of yours? Jeeves is joined by his friend, another four-legged child advocacy volunteer named Gunther, to discuss times when it’s okay… and times when it’s NOT okay… for someone to see or do something to a private body part.

 

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About this lesson…

We invite you to download information for both you and your child about this video lesson.

For Kids:

 “Who Can See or Do Something To My Private Body Parts?” Worksheet

Worksheet for Kids

For Parents & Care Givers:

Talking Points and Facts About Seeing and Touching Private Body Parts

Talking Points

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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!

About Gunther ♥

Gunther is a volunteer with the Leelanau Co. Prosecutor’s Office. Alongside his mom, Laurie LaCross who is a victim witness coordinator, Gunther serves as an accredited facility dog from Canine Companions for Independence (www.cci.org) and provides emotional support to children and others as they go through the criminal justice system.


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