From Paige Higgins <[email protected]>
Subject May Happenings at Alliance For Children
Date May 9, 2023 2:05 PM
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Current Happenings May 2023 Prevention 101 - English For Professionals Tuesday, June 13 • 6:00-7:30 pm Tuesday, July 18 • 6:00-7:30 pm Saturday, August 19 • 9:00-10:30 am Virtual via Zoom Register Here Stewards of Children® - Español Sabado, 20 de Mayo • 9:00-11:00 am Sabado, 15 de Agosto • 9:00-11:00 am Virtualmente a través de Zoom. Register Here Safety Starts at Home: Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention - English Saturday, July 1 • 10:00-11:00 am Virtual via Zoom. Register Here Las próximas fechas de entrenamiento de La Seguridad Comienza en el Hogar: Prevención de Abuso Infantil - Español Sábado, 1 de Julio • 10:00am–11:00 am Virtualmente a través de Zoom. Register Here Safety Starts at Home: Responsible Internet Safety for Kids (R.I.S.K.) - English Saturday, June 3 • 10:00-11:00 am Virtual via Zoom. Register Here La Seguridad Comienza en el Hogar: Seguridad Responsable en Internet para Niños - Español Sabado, 3 de Junio • 10:00-11:00 am Virtualmente a través de Zoom. Register Here Upcoming Community Education Classes Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention 101 This 1.5 hour mandated reporter training is essential for youth serving organizations, professionals or any adult who has access to children. Meeting all minimum requirements for daycare and youth camp staff, in this training you will learn: The realities of child abuse and its effect on our communities. Definitions of child abuse as determined by law. Recognizing signs and symptoms of child abuse. Policies and best practices to better protect children in organizations. How to properly respond to a disclosure of abuse. Texas reporting laws. Stewards of Children® is a revolutionary training program that educates adults to prevent, recognize, and react responsibly to child sexual abuse, motivating them to courageous action. Designed for parents and organizations that serve children and youth, the training is 2 hours in length and we provide CEU's for Social Workers, Licensed Professional Counselors, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists, nurses, and teachers. The training also meets all minimum requirements for daycare and youth camp staff. Safety Starts at Home Series: Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Through this training, parents can learn how to set protective factors to help provide a safe and nurturing environment for children. In this 60 minute training, you will learn: Signs and symptoms of sexual, physical, emotional abuse and neglect, as well as their effects on children. Ways to prevent different forms of abuse and neglect in the home. How to communicate with a child who makes a disclosure of abuse Reporting laws in Texas. R.I.S.K. (Responsible Internet Safety for Kids) It’s important to facilitate conversations to help your child and teen learn about the dangers of the internet and tips to better protect them online. In this training, parents will learn: Risks and safety issues children face while accessing the internet. How to help children navigate unsafe situations online such as inappropriate content, online privacy, sexting, online sexual solicitation, and cyberbullying. Tips and useful resources to better protect children online, no matter how they access the internet. Camp BLUE is Coming! June 26-30 will kick off our summer session of Camp BLUE (Building. Learning. Understanding. Empowering.), where we will welcome over 30 children to this exciting, interactive, day-camp. Camp BLUE was developed to further support current Alliance For Children kids who have recently completed or almost completed their counseling journey, to enjoy the simplicities of childhood. The week is full of fun adventures that they otherwise may not have had an opportunity to experience. Through field trips, interactive games, and dynamic presentations, children expand their worldview and are given tools that promote positive well-being and self-esteem. Past camps have included visits from area police and firefighters, participation in team building activities, yoga sessions, arts and crafts, and fieldtrips to places like iFly, local aquariums, and adventure parks. Like all of our services, the events and activities provided at Camp BLUE are free to our families thanks to the generosity of the community. Want to send a child to a week of fun? Click on the link below to help create a new memory this summer! Sponsor a Kid at Camp BLUE A Fresh Look for A New Space Spring has sprung at our Fort Worth center thanks to Park Place Dealerships of Fort Worth and Arlington! They came together to freshen up our new green space! Not only did they get their hands dirty (literally!) with planting, but they also assembled some picnic tables so we can enjoy the outdoors, and donated a chimenea too! Shop for a Cause Spruce up your Closet for Warmer Weather Join us on Thursday, May 18 from 5:00-7:00 pm for an in-person shopping event at Tory Burch - Clearfork 5162 Monahans Avenue Suite E140 Fort Worth, Texas 76109 Mention Alliance For Children at check-out and 20% of the event's proceeds will benefit our kids! April Made a Splash! Just like the unpredictable weather of North Texas, April kept Alliance For Children on our toes! As we recognized child abuse prevention month, our staff, partners, and many Board of Director members attended proclamations where cities throughout Tarrant County publicly recognized the importance of our work for the greater community. A very special thanks to Bahama Buck's 7th Street & Mansfield locations, and Buttermilk Sky Pies in Arlington, for hosting give back events that raised over $3,200 in just a few short weeks! Thanks to all who participated and supported our kids' healing in the process! ‌ ‌ ‌ Alliance For Children | 3609 Marquita Dr, Fort Worth, TX 76116 Unsubscribe [email protected] Update Profile | Constant Contact Data Notice Sent by [email protected] powered by Try email marketing for free today!
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