You are already very skilled at defending, looking after your children.
These resources are building on that foundation to consolidate keeping your children safe across a number of situations, assisting them and yourselves in building resilience and well being.
You protect your children in many ways. You protect them through having access to knowledge, being informed, strong, confident, building the blocks and stages and acting firmly and appropriately when action is needed.
This also includes knowledge and information about topics that are hard to think about – about different types of abuse and harm, risk factors and responses to these situations. This section explores these areas.
Our Protect guide enhances these qualities – they are strong and has the ability to be fierce, to stand up for what has to be done – as you are also.