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We can’t reduce the rate of child sexual abuse if we don’t understand it.

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How to Keep Kids Safe Online

Kids today are spending 3X the amount of time on screens today than 4 years ago.

How do we protect them?

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Children will not always report abuse.

FACT: Children will not always report abuse.

Most don’t tell immediately and some don’t tell at all.

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How to talk about sexual abuse with your child

As parents, we always worry that what we do and say is in our kids’ best interest. The idea that a child may be sexually abused is disturbing.

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FACT: "Stranger Danger" is not real.

FACT: “Stranger danger” is not real

The perpetrator is rarely a stranger. 95% of the time, the perpetrator is someone known and trusted by the child and family.

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How to respond when a child tells you they’ve been abused

If a child just told you someone is sexually abusing them, here is how to respond.

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Most of the time — 93% — there is no genital injury to a child who is abused.

FACT: Injuries aren’t obvious

Because perpetrators do not want to risk losing access to the child, they avoid hurting the child.

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Authority figures such as the coach, minister or teacher are rarely perpetrators of abuse.

FACT: Perpetrators are typically not authority figures.

The perpetrator is rarely a coach, a minister or a teacher.

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