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Child Advocacy Center Spotlights Some Parts are NOT for Sharing

Child Advocacy Center 222 Rowan St Fayetteville, North Carolina http://www.childadvocacycenter.com/ Every Friday this child advocacy center reads a body safety book on line for families. Last month Some Parts are NOT for Sharing was the chosen book. Listen to the reading here: https://www.facebook.com/CACFayNC/videos/589839068581920/ June 5, 2020 – Some Parts Are Not For Sharing www.juliefederico.com #childabuseprevention […]

Child Abuse Prevention

This is a copy of an interview I did for my blog talk radio show with OABI with artist Michal Madison. What are some prevention tips for parents to protect their children from child abuse? Julie, you and I are both huge advocates of teaching Children how to keep themselves safe from sexual abuse – […]

Child Abuse Awareness Month Continued

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El enojo esta’ BIEN La Violencia NO

Spanish version of Anger is OKAY Violence is NOT. This book has a dual purpose it teaches toddlers about temper tantrums and anger control. It is also a lifeline to children living in homes where domestic violence is present. This book offers hope and protection to the most vulnerable victimes of the domestic violence circle. […]

Have you talked to your child about body safety?

School is back in session, have you talked to your child about body safety yet? If you have not I am offering a digital version of Some Parts are NOT for Sharing to anyone who emails me. I am doing this because I am holding life preservers for children with the knowledge in this book. […]

Holiday Gift For Children With An Important Message

The Most Important Holiday Gift for Children Are you still seeking one more present for your little one? Some Parts are NOT for Sharing is a children’s book for readers 0-9 years old. This is probably the most important holiday gift that a parent can give a child, the gift of safety. This book teaches children […]

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. “15.5 million children in the United States live in families in which partner violence occurred at least once in the past year.” – Journal of Interpersonal Violence, Violent Childhood Experiences and the Risk of Intimate Partner Violence in Adults, 2003. https://safehouse-denver.org/domestic-violence/information/children.html This static rattles me every time I report it. […]