Personal safety skills prepare teens and pre-teens to navigate their world with safety and confidence. Because of their increasing independence, teens and preteens face an especially high risk of violence and assault that can often be prevented through awareness, action, and skills. Our goal in teaching physical self-defense is to equip young people with skills to escape from emergencies if they are in danger and cannot just leave.
Cyber security and online privacy are perhaps the most important considerations for any generation alive today, but especially for teenagers. Maintaining privacy when it comes to their personal identifying information, location and even family member identities will help to thwart efforts at identity theft and even traffickers trying to track down at-risk teenagers. Your teen may suffer from or witness cyberbullying through online messaging and social media, too.
This class is open to all parents, whether or not your children are enrolled in the KidSafe or Middle School classes. KidSAFE focuses on personal safety, bullying and peer pressure, and stranger danger. This course teaches children ages to call attention to threatening situations, distinguish between safe and unsafe adults, physically and verbally protect themselves, and report potential danger to a safe adult.
Skip to content. All children can be vulnerable sometimes, and as a parent it is only natural to worry about their safety. If you are worried, you can help to protect your young children and teens with these common-sense tips.
Be your own person. And know your limits. You may be internet savvy, but people and relationships change, and unexpected stuff can happen on the internet.
Knowing you can handle yourself in any physical situation means you carry yourself differently. We offer dynamic, empowering personal safety training. Our classes include assertiveness and awareness skills, boundary-setting, verbal strategies, and full-force physical assailant defense throughout Southern California.
Facebook privacy settings are an important part of keeping teens safe from predators who are everywhere just waiting for naive teens to introduce themselves. That's why you need to use Facebook privacy settings to keep teens safe while they have fun on Facebook. These Facebook privacy settings will help keep your teen safe on Facebook.
These personal defense and safety tips will be especially helpful to women and teens, but they are pertinent to everyone who has to move around in public during these dangerous times. Parking on the street and in parking decks. Carjacking or Kidnapping Attempts. I recall a story several years ago in which a woman was car jacked at gun point and was told to drive a particular route.
The National Sexual Violence Resource Center estimates that one in five women will be raped at some point in their lives. While this terrifying statistic should have women worried, it points to a greater societal problem that must be addressed on a large scale, and can serve as an incentive for every woman to address the issue of her own personal safety to prevent rape. They can help keep girls and women safe in certain circumstances.