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Western Australia’s specialist provider of Abuse Prevention Education; Protective Behaviours, Cyber Safety & Digital Wellness, Child Protection Education and Pornography Education programs and resources. We work with children, young people, parents, educators and other professionals to create safer communities.

Knowledge is power

By Kayelene Kerr September 2016 This article was written for the Medical Forum of WA Lack of knowledge and understanding about what children and young people are doing online is resulting in parents and carers feeling ill-equipped to deal with the vast array of...

The Emoji Movie: Let’s talk about feelings!

By Justine O'Malley 17 September 2017 The ‘Emoji Movie,’ based on the emoji symbols, was released by Sony Pictures Animation in July this year. The film centres around ‘Gene,’ a multi-expressional emoji who lives in a teenage boy’s phone. Gene sets out on a journey to...

Shower & Shivers: The story of a sexual abuse survivor

By Genevieve Jones I was nearly four years old when I was sexually abused by my Mother’s partner, this abuse would continue for the next three years.  My first memory was being awoken from sleep in the middle of the night.  He would pull the blankets off me and then...

“Rethinking the traditional Santa photo – tis the season to teach consent!”

By Justine O'Malley I have been teaching Protective Behaviours for the past 20 years and every year I rejoice in the fact that more and more parents understand that children have the right to make their own decisions about personal space and physical touch – until it...

Knowledge is power

By Kayelene Kerr September 2016 This article was written for the Medical Forum of WA Lack of knowledge and understanding about what children and young people are doing online is resulting in parents and carers feeling ill-equipped to deal with the vast array of...

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