Personal welfare of children

  1. Talk to your children about matters on their personal welfare (i.e., abduction, sexual abuse, bullying) and teach them how they can help manage their own welfare.
  2. Practice personal welfare exercises with your children.
  3. Remember that most crimes against children are done by family members or people they know.
  4. Listen to any concerns raised by children regarding their personal welfare.
  5. Monitor material provided by your child's school related to their personal welfare.
  6. Report any concerns you have about the personal welfare of children.

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