PROTECTIVE BEHAVIOURS AND ACTIVITIES
Protective Behaviours Worksheets & Teaching Resources | TpT
The “Special Game” was developed for children to learn in a non-threatening manner key areas relating to positive behaviour, protective behaviours, relationships, sexuality and puberty. By having children play the game with others, an equal opportunity exists for role modelling, education and learni
Protective Behaviours Program - WA Child Safety Services
The Protective Behaviours Program is a personal safety program aiming to empower children, young people, and adults with strategies to promote safety and resilience. The Protective Behaviours program teaches and promotes concepts of emotional intelligence, empowerment, assertiveness, problem-solving and an understanding of safety.
Protective Behaviours - Safety Net
Protective Behaviours (PB’s) is a safety awareness and resilience building programme which helps children and adults to recognise any situation where they feel worried or unsafe, such as feeling stressed, bullied or threatened; and explores practical ways to keep safe.
What is Protective Behaviours? • Families Feeling Safe
Protective Behaviours (PBs) provides a framework for personal safety, self-esteem, resilience and confidence building. It is an internal process where each person applies the ideas to their own unique experience including the following:
Protective Behaviours - A month's worth of activities
Jun 01, 2020The Protective Behaviours 'mission statement', 'Working towards creating non-violent individuals, families and communities' has love at its 'heart'. And using a 'Language of Safety' reinforces non-violent interactions in words and actions. However, using this
Top Tips: Resources to teach children body safety
Sep 05, 2019West Australia Child Safety Services is a specialist provider of Protective Behaviours, Cyber Safety, Digital Wellness and Pornography education programs and resources. They work with children, young people, parents, educators, and professionals to create safer communities.
Protective behaviours education - GDHR Portal
Protective behaviours education focuses on developing the skills of empowerment, communication, self-esteem, resilience, social skills and other life skills to prevent abuse, reduce violence and promote life-enriching rather than life-depleting experiences. It encourages students to: assert their right to feel safe