Special Interest: Youth Dangerous Games
Young people have always pushed the envelope. Young people have always taken risks. And it’s all fun and games until someone gets hurt. In recent years, however, the games young people have been playing have become progressively more dangerous. Whether it’s car surfing, the choking game, chubby bunny, the cinnamon challenge, or the disappearing game, let’s Plan to Protect®!
This webinar is designed to raise awareness of the dangerous games young people are playing and the risks inherent in those activities. This webinar is designed for youth workers and parents and guardians. Victoria Bissell, Director of Training at Plan to Protect® and an educator will discuss current issues and dangerous games, warning signs, and ways to reduce the risk. We will also address how to speak to young people about safety. Let’s raise the bar on protection!
Plan to Protect® offers an extensive series of Special Interest Webinars on topics that interest individuals who work with children, youth, persons with disabilities, or the elderly. Our 60-minute webinars are extremely helpful in approaching a wide variety of topics ranging from administration to leadership to awareness. Each of these webinars is recorded and made available for purchase or FREE for members. Members have access to these FREE webinars on the www.plantoprotect.com website under the members section.
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The development, preparation and publication of this training has been undertaken with great care. The information contained herein is intended to assist organizations in establishing policy. The content is current as the date of the publication and does not reflect subsequent changes in law. This information is distributed with the understanding that it does not constitute legal advice. Organizations are strongly encouraged to seek legal counsel as well as counsel from their insurance company when establishing a policy.