On behalf of PeakCare Queensland and Life Without Barriers, we would like to thank you for attending our forum on child sexual abuse and exploitation – supporting SAFE and therapeutic conversations with young people.
If you were not able to attend in person or would like to look back at any of the information presented, a recording of the session is now available.
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Check out the Project Paradigm website for a range of useful publications and resources including information on:
- dealing with a disclosure of abuse
- the process of control
- similarities between sexual and criminal exploitation
- the online risks of child sexual exploitation
Project Paradigm also provides training focused on understanding and preventing child sexual exploitation.
Check out the Bravehearts website for a wealth of information and education resources focused on the prevention and treatment of child sexual abuse including:
- resources to support parents and carers teach children about personal safety including a Personal Safety Guide for Parents and Carers, Information Sheets, and other recommended educational resources.
- personal safety education programs which focus on early years through to high school.
- The Turning Corners program which provides a comprehensive and integrated response to working with young people who have engaged in or are at risk of engaging in harmful sexual behaviours.
Sexual Violence Research and Prevention Unit
Check out the University of the Sunshine Coast’s Sexual Violence Research and Prevention Unit which contains a rich range of academic publications on understanding, preventing and responding to sexual violence. You can also join their mailing list to find out about:
- new research and initiatives across both Australia and internationally
- practice blogs
- upcoming training events
- professional membership opportunities.
Department of Children, Youth Justice and Multicultural Affairs
Check out the department’s website for useful information and resources on:
- the signs of child sexual abuse
- examples of normal sexual behaviour for different age groups
- how to protect a child from sexual abuse
- how to get help and advice
- common myths about child sexual abuse and the facts.
A link to the online Child Protection Guide is available here.
SAFE Series Resources for Queensland organisations
For organisations who expressed interest in receiving free SAFE series books and supporting resources, our team will be in contact with your organisation shortly.
If you have any questions about the SAFE series book and supporting resources or would like any additional information, please contact Melinda Clarke and Cathy Webb by email at SAFEbooks@lwb.org.au.