Programs in Niagara
Public Education Programs: Elementary
Child Assault Prevention (CAP) program for grades 1-6
An empowerment program that gives children skills and strategies they can use in potentially abusive and dangerous situations. Age-appropriate discussions and role-playing address bullying, strangers and abuse by someone they know. Their rights to be ‘safe, strong and free’ are emphasized.
“This is exactly the strong, positive message that needs to be communicated to our children to prevent the tragedy of abuse…Too often we try to scare children into being safe.” – Parent
Youth issues for grades 7-8
Students learn how to recognize different types of abuse and effective skills and strategies they can use in these situations. Topics covered include bullying/peer pressure, sexual assault/harassment, healthy relationships, Internet safety and self-defense.
For grade 8’s only
This program is designed to prepare students for situations they are likely to encounter in high school. Topics include drug and alcohol-facilitated sexual assaults, acquaintance sexual assaults, relationships and Internet safety.
To book a program or for more information, contact Donna Christie at firstname.lastname@example.org .
PROVIDING SUPPORT FOR AGES
WHO CAN PARTICIPATE
Elementary school students
Niagara Region Sexual Assault Centre