This child sexual abuse risk reduction program is offered to first grade students in Livingston County.
This professional development opportunity for those who work with children, youth and families in Livingston County addresses a new prevention-related topic each year.
Trauma prevention for babies – This evidence-based program educates on why your baby cries so much, safe ways to cope with frustration about crying and the dangers of shaking a baby.
Keeping infants safe – Sleeping. Crying. Driving. is a one-hour, self-paced, and free online class that includes information on the guidelines of safe sleep, why babies cry, how to safely cope when you are frustrated, and the guidelines for correct car seat use.
Protect Your Sleeping Baby – Every October, during Safe Sleep Month, the CAP Council shares information on the guidelines for safe sleep and supports parents and infant caregivers in making safe sleep decisions for their baby.
Plant a Pinwheel in April – We invite you to join us in recognizing Child Abuse Prevention Month with this uplifting symbol
This workshop teaches middle school and high school students about the guideline for safe sleep, how to cope with frustration when a baby won’t stop crying, and the dangers of shaking a baby.
LACASA Center’s CAP (Child Abuse Prevention) Council and the Great Start Collaborative are asking Livingston County residents to consider who is a Champion for Children in our community. We are accepting nominations for the 2021 Champion for Children award through March 20.
Register by Feb. 23 ~ Hosted by LACASA and Great Start Livingston, this virtual seminar will address the importance of early and quality attachment on a child’s emotional development and well-being.
LACASA’s Child Abuse Prevention (CAP) Council recently announced the recipient of the 2019 Champion for Children Award. Gavin Johnson was named the winner in appreciation for the encouragement, support and guidance he provides for the students and families at Brighton High School and in Livingston County.