Evan Says - Book Series for Children with Cognitive, Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities

We are excited to announce an award of $7,500 in grant funding from Community Fund Management Foundation. The funding from this grant was used towards our “Evan Says” a series of children’s books being designed for children with disabilities and their parents, to reduce the risk of abuse as well as the necessary steps to take if a child has been abused.

Topics will include but not limited to:

• Body Safety • Boundaries/Consent • Creating a Child’s Safe Circle • Safe/Unsafe Touching • What is Grooming? • The difference between secrets vs surprises • The Difference Between Good/Bad Photos



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As part of our effort to reduce the risk of abuse for children with disabilities, we are creating free, printable safety worksheets for children, families, teachers and the community. Please continue to check our site for more materials. All materials are property of Voices of Change 2018 and protected by copyright laws. For more information please email: evansays2023@gmail.com

Body Safety Word Find Puzzle

Body Safety Word Find Puzzle

Find and circle the words in the puzzle

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Body Safety Word Find Puzzle

Body Safety Word Find Puzzle

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Crossword Puzzle, Easy

Crossword Puzzle, Easy

Complete the words that can fill the empty boxes

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Crossword Puzzle, Easy

Crossword Puzzle, Easy

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Keeping My Body Safe - Word Scramble

Keeping My Body Safe - Word Scramble

Unscramble the letters

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Keeping My Body Safe - Word Scramble

Keeping My Body Safe - Word Scramble

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Feeling Safe

Feeling Safe

Teaching children to feel safe

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My Body, My Rights - Talking about consent with children

My Body, My Rights - Talking about consent with children

It's important to start having conversations with children about making choices, explaining what consent means, and they have the right to say no, from an early age.

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My Body Rights

My Body Rights

Teaching children with Disabilities Body Safety

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Secrets vs Surprises

Secrets vs Surprises

Often, perpetrators threaten their victims not to tell and to keep secrets. Therefore, it's important to teach children from a young age the difference between secrets vs surprises and never to keep secrets.

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Available for free through our partnership with, The Mama Bear Effect

Communication Cards for children with disabilities

Communication Cards for children with disabilities

These communication cards for children with disabilities are made available for free through our partnership with, The Mama Bear Effect, a nonprofit organization.

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