Talking to your kids about sexual abuse
April is child sexual abuse prevention month. Before the pandemic, teachers were the most frequent reporters of child sexual abuse. Unfortunately, due to distance learning, the covid-19 pandemic has made preventing these terrible crimes even more challenging. That's why experts say it's more important than ever for families to have open conversations about how to keep kids safe. But what do you say, and when do you say it? The advocacy group, Committee For Children is offering some guidance.