Become a part of an educated and empowered community where all children are safe from harm. Select one of the programs listed below and request a speaker for your community group, corporation, or place of worship. Questions? Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dallas Children’s Advocacy Center 101: Lunch & Learn
Familiarize yourself with the issue of child abuse and DCAC’s expert response. Learn about the multidisciplinary team model used at Dallas Children’s Advocacy Center to investigate and prosecute child abuse cases as well as to treat abuse victims, both children and non-offending family members. (15-30 minutes)
Also available in Spanish
Keeping Your Children Safe From Harm in the Real and Virtual World
Perfect for a “lunch and learn” at a place of business, worship, or for any group who wants to learn the basics about keeping children safe. A 24-minute video is followed by a facilitated discussion and opportunities to give back. (1 hour)
Also available in Spanish
Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse
This seminar teaches individuals who work with children on a daily basis about the signs and symptoms of child abuse. DCAC’s Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse training is video-based and highly interactive. This curriculum is designed to allow one or more members of an organization to receive training and consultation on teaching Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse to the staff of their respective organization. Participants will learn facts about child abuse, how to recognize physical and behavioral signs of the varying forms of child abuse, and many other important details on making a report. (1-1.5 hours)
REPORT: Best Practice for Campus Professionals Responding to Child Abuse
As a child-serving professional, it’s not a question of IF you will encounter a child abuse situation bur rather WHEN. This training is the result of collaboration with the Dallas County District Attorney’s Office, DCAC Chief of Investigations and DCAC Director of Education, offering practical guidance for professionals on how to best work with investigative parties in a way that protects the investigation, the organization, and most importantly, the child. Participants will leave with a robust reporting protocol and guidance for navigating these situations– before it is a problem.
Strategies and Struggles Teaching Remotely: Taking Care of Yourself & Students During a Pandemic
Summer Camp Recognizing & Reporting
This training is one hour long. A post test certificate of completion is available for participants.
You Are Not Alone (Kids Child Abuse Prevention Training)