OUR MISSION

My Goal and soul purpose with this book is to help Empower as many children as possible to protect their innocence, and to let children know that they have the Power to use their voice to speak up and speak out if they feel uncomfortable or unsafe around anyone

OUR MISSION

My Goal and soul purpose with this book is to help Empower as many children as possible to protect their innocence, and to let children know that they have the Power to use their voice to speak up and speak out if they feel uncomfortable or unsafe around anyone

A Word

From Our Principal

“This book really helped me to have an open conversation with my kids about using their voices to protect themselves and others. “

– Jessica Austin

By Nena davis

I Have A Voice

Important Questions

How do you teach kids about safe and unsafe touch?

What is the difference between safe and unsafe touch?

Common examples of Safe Touch are a handshake, a gentle hug, or a gentle checkup by a doctor with a parent or guardian in the room.

How do you teach kids about safe and unsafe touch?

1. Encouraging open communication.
2. Teach children about body privacy
3. Encouraging open communication.

What should you do if someone tries to touch you inappropriately?

Stop touching me!
I don’t feel comfortable being touched. 
I didn’t give you permission to touch me there.
Nooo you cannot touch me there!

Who should you tell if inappropriate unsafe touch occurs?

If someone in your family touches you, you should tell another family member or you can tell a police officer, teacher, counselor or anyone who will listen. Keep telling someone until someone listens to you. Adults Do not want children to be touched inappropriately.
And never keep unsafe touch a secret!