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Facebook page for Parents

With so many current changes and the speed of change, it is important for us to protect our children and keep them safe. 

We at ChildSafe Australia have set up this group to help support parents and build a community where we can all learn and support each other.

Please share this group with other parents as we really want to grow this base, so we can bring you more information to you, interviews with specialists and more…

We would love you to join, be respectful and get ready to share and learn with each other!

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Resources for kids

Educate2Empower Publishing is an international award winning niché children’s book publisher who specializes in children’s books on BODY SAFETY, CONSENT, GENDER EQUALITY, RESPECTFUL RELATIONSHIPS, and SOCIAL and EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE.

You can access posters, activities, videos, statistics, articles and links for parents, caregivers and educators to help teach children messages crucial to their development and safety by clicking the button below:



We are living in strange times. In these extended period of isolation, we have developed some resources for you as parents to help you and your family navigate the online world. 

This guide covers some of the key online safety issues for young people and includes a range of practical tips and advice on what to do if things go wrong. It covers common online safety issues like managing time online, using parent controls and setting and responding to issues like cyberbullying, inappropriate content, sending nudes and contact from strangers. 


Incharge Box


Incharge Box is the world’s first lockable charging box.

Using Inchargebox really helps set boundaries with tech usage, taking control of the tech clutter giving you back time & energy to enjoy all of the fun & productive screen free things in life. Setting up an incharge Box when the kids get their first devices, is a great way to manage it all from the start!




Five safety questions


We at ChildSafe have developed a set of five questions for parents to ask organisations about their child’s safety.

It is not okay anymore for parents to just drop their children off at an organisation without asking how that organisation will keep them safe. There are too many statistics about abuse being in organisations even to the point where we had a Royal Commission into Institutional responses to child sexual abuse. As parents, it’s important that you are vigilant and aware of what an organisation should be doing to keep your children safe. In asking these questions you help to keep the organisation accountable.
My safety network 


We at ChildSafe have partnered with Valuing Children Initiative (VCI) to develop a resource that empowers children to discover how to choose their safety network.



Talking about Puberty with

Michelle Mitchell

ChildSafe is thrilled to be partnering with Michelle Mitchell to offer you her new online
program “Talking About Puberty” at a discounted price. This program is so much
more than discussions about body parts and body changes. It is loaded with the
values that underpin healthy relationships and self-confidence, and there is a
program for schools too.

Over the course of 13 videos (and accompanying discussion questions), your
tween will hear from Michelle on topics like body parts, body changes, feelings
about puberty, looking after a growing body, who to talk to about puberty, brain
changes, managing moods, how to ask tricky questions, body safety and the
opposite sex. The program mirrors and expand on the content in Michelle’s
latest books “A Guy’s Guide to Puberty” and “A Girl’s Guide to Puberty”.
The program aims to:

  • Provide straight up medically accurate information about the body children
    were born with.
  •  Focus on WELLBEING with additional content about brain changes, body
    image, protective behaviours and age-appropriate respect in relationships. 

  • Kick start important conversations and emphasise the role of trusted adults.
  •  Offer an approach which is inclusive and takes into consideration the range of
    needs and backgrounds of all families.



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