IMPACT programs help young teens develop the skills to respond to potentially dangerous situations. Students learn to avoid altercations, resist intimidation, assert themselves in the face of peer pressure and escape potential assaults. They are also taught how to report dangerous situations to a safe adult. Scenarios focus on issues relevant to their lives such as bullying, dating situations, and increasing independence.
IMPACT teaches viable safety skills in a fun, interactive environment.
Age-appropriate safety skills include:
- De-escalating potentially threatening situations
- Responding to peer pressure, bullying, and strangers
- Essential self-protection skills
- Assertiveness: Knowing and communicating their boundaries
We Come to You:
All programs can be tailored to fit the schedule of your school or youth group. Instructors are available to travel to schools throughout New England.
For more information call Meagan Anderson at (781) 388-4338 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org