Join us next Wednesday, April 15 at 10:30 a.m. CST for a Live ROAR lesson! Our Director of Education, Shelby Lynch, will be teaching our ROAR program for kids ages 4-8 on Facebook and Instagram Live (link below). We created the ROAR program to teach young kids that their bodies are their own, that they should never keep secrets that make them feel sad or scared, and to identify trusted adults they can always go to for help. ROAR is an interactive and fun way to teach the children in your life how to protect their bodies and stand up against abuse. We’d love to be part of your distance learning plan next week. We hope you’ll join us and share this special program with your friends, family and students. Let’s ROAR – from a distance! Tune in Wednesday!
More from the CARE Center
Child abuse is an epidemic, but the coronavirus pandemic will exasperate that crisis. This blog post is an article from KFOR highlighting The CARE Center’s concerns that child abuse incidents will increase due to COVID-19. Read more at the link.
Even young children can begin to practice mindfulness, which calms down the nervous system and helps the child feel more centered and secure. The blog post includes various mindfulness activities that can be used with young children. Click the link to continue reading.