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Welcome to our Teacher's Corner!

We salute educators and your commitment to children.  We have provided a number of resources to help you understand the issues surrounding child abuse and tools to help you educate others.  Feel free to browse, download and print any information or activities.  Feel free to pass them along! 

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The Importance of Teachers

A teacher may be the only professional adult that an abused child comes in contact with on a regular basis.  Teachers can be the vital link in an abused child's quest for help.

We are here to support teachers in identifying and reporting child abuse, and understanding the indicators of abuse.  We know that talking about child abuse is not easy.  We're here to help!  We can provide tools and tips to help talk to children about child abuse, neglect, supervision, discipline, safety, strangers and other related topics. 

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 Write a letter to the 'Kids'                     NO, RUN, TELL                     My Body Belongs to Me                  Private Parts

  Street Smarts - Tips for Kids        Safe Places Colouring page              Its' Okay to Say 'No'                       

 

          Smart and Safe                 Download Complete Teacher's Guide

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WECAS Translated Pamphlet Minimize
With the generous support of RBC Financial, the Windsor-Essex Children's Aid has translated its brochure into some key languages spoken in the region. 

Click below to download the pamphlet in any of these languages. 

 
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