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'Have I given you my CONSENT?'

We need to encourage children to take control of their body and personal space from an early age.

Children may not always understand their rights and so it is important to teach them about consent. As adults we must not assume that all situations are comfortable for children.

                 'Funny Feeling's Aren't Funny'

 

A story of a young Gingerbread character who shares their experiences in a variety of situations where they may be feeling worried, nervous, anxious or unsafe.

This book can be used as a tool to enable children to have conversations around their own feelings giving the reader the opportunity to 'unpack' what may be leading them to feel that way. 

                'It's all Ok By Me'                  

We want our children to grow up in a world free from bias and discrimination.

To achieve this we need to raise our children to celebrate, respect and value ALL people regardless of our gender, our skin colour, our physical abilities or the languages we speak.

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The Social & Emotional Awareness Program has been designed for primary age children in years K-3 that can be run over three years to meet the Victorian and Australian curricula General Capabilities: Personal, Social & Intercultural.
The SEAP program is facilitated in schools across Victoria ONLY at this stage.
Please send email at address below for further information.

Kim May

The Protective Education & Awareness Program
is helpful to support young adults with a disability who have limited understanding around how to keep safe socially, both online and in person.
The program content is specifically tailored to meet each individuals style of learning and understanding.
Program is facilitated online to give people all around Australia the opportunity to participate.
Speak to your NDIS planner to ensure participation in the program can be made available through NDIS funding.

Please send email at address below for further information.

am an independent Author of children's educational books on Safety, Diversity & Consent.

I am a facilitator of educational programs for primary age children and for young adults with a disability.

I am a mother, a grandmother, a sister, an aunty, a friend, a neighbour and a work colleague.

 

I am also a survivor of family violence, abuse and trauma.  

I have spent more than 30 years working in social services with children, young adults in a variety of roles. I am a Volunteer for the 'Office of Public Advocates' disability stream ensuring children and adults with a disability are living their best lives and that they are  protected from abuse and neglect.