Education Programs

 

Please call 403-548-2717 or email SARC to schedule a presentation.

Who Do You Tell?”™ Program (Elementary, Grades K-6)

This education program is designed for children in grades K-6 with content varying dependent on age level. Focusing on three key messages, the WDYT™ Program teaches children that abuse is never their fault and that if it happens they have the right to tell someone. Delivered over two days (1 hour each day), children participate in interactive discussion and role plays. The WDYT™ Program also includes a Staff/Teacher Information Session and a Parent Information Session, each approx. 1-2 hours in length. Parental consent is required for children to take part in this program. 

Please visit www.whodoyoutell.com to view a video covering the outcomes of the program.

HRPP - Healthy Relationships Plus Program/The 4th ‘R’ (Junior High, Grades 7-9)

This education program is designed for Junior High School students. Delivered over 15 sessions, each approx. 1 hour in length, students are taught warning signs of abusive or unhealthy relationships and how to seek help. Session topics include: impacts of drug and alcohol use/abuse, influences on relationships, early warning signs of dating violence, values and boundaries, and emotional health and well-being. 

Safe Dates (High School, Grades 10-12)

The Safe Dates Program is delivered over 10 sessions, each approx. 1 hour in length and discusses dating and sexual violence. Based on giving youth skills to deal with unhealthy relationships, Safe Dates Program topics include:  defining dating abuse, how to help friends, equal power through communication, and preventing dating sexual abuse.

No Also Means Know – Sexual Assault/Consent (Ages 12+)

The No Means Know Presentation is approx. 1 hour in length and discusses consent, communication, and the use of coercion. 

 

She’s a 10 – Sexual Harassment (Ages 12+)

The She’s a 10 Presentation is approx. 1 hour in length and discusses the issue of sexual harassment. Topics covered include respecting boundaries, different types of sexual harassment, and what to do if you are being harassed.

Starting Strong – Healthy Relationships (Ages 12+)

The Starting Strong Presentation is approx. 1 hour in length and discusses relationship factors such as respect, communication, gender stereotypes, and abuse/violence.

Trivia Games (Ages 12+)

Each Trivia Game takes approx. 45 mins - 1 hour to complete. We offer 3 versions: sexual assault/abuse, age of consent, and healthy relationship skills.

Sexual Assault/Sexual Abuse and Suicide (Adult)

The Sexual Assault/Sexual Abuse and Suicide Presentation is approx. 1 hour in length and examines the connection between sexual violence and suicide. Topics include suicide risk factors, sexual assault trauma, and child sexual abuse indicators and effects.

Understanding Sexual Assault with People with Disabilities (Adult)

The Understanding Sexual Assault with People with Disabilities Presentation is approx. 2 hours in length. Participants will gain a greater understanding of sexual assault/abuse laws and the legal process, consent requirements, responding to disclosures, and how to support survivors.

Sexual Harassment in the Workplace (Adult)

The Sexual Harassment in the Workplace Presentation is approx. 1 hour in length and defines the legalities of sexual harassment. Topics include the Human Rights Code, identifying sexual harassment, and employer responsibilities.

Teachable Moments (Adult)

The Teachable Moments Program is approx. 2.5 hours in length and helps prepare parents for conversations with their children around sexuality and healthy relationship skills. Topics include the stages of child sexual development, how to be approachable, and how to talk to your child about sexual abuse.

Understanding Child Sexual Abuse (Adult)

The Understanding Child Sexual Abuse Presentation is approx. 1 hour in length and aims to provide those working closely with children with a better understanding of this type of abuse. Topics include why children are vulnerable, indicators of child sexual abuse, responding to a disclosure, and reporting obligations.

Child Sexual Behaviours (Adult)

The Child Sexual Behaviours Presentation is approx. 1 hour in length and addresses children’s curiosity with their developing bodies. This presentation helps parents, caretakers, and teachers develop the skills to talk to children about acceptable, age-appropriate behaviour. Topics include natural and healthy sexual behaviours, understanding and identifying problematic sexual behaviours, and child sexual abuse.

TO BOOK ANY OF OUR PROGRAMS PLEASE CALL 403-548-2717 OR EMAIL SARC.