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With ardent support of the Surviving Parents Coalition, The Joyful Child Foundation and radKIDS, Inc. are partnering to establish a comprehensive approach to prevention education, called Not One More Child that combines The Joyful Child's Ambassadors Training for adults with the radKIDS Personal Empowerment Safety Education Program and Life Skills for Children. "NOT ONE MORE CHILD" is the first prevention education initiative endorsed by the Surviving Parents Coalition (SPC).

Download printable information on Not One More Child/Education by clicking here.

The radKIDS Educational Model is a unique hands-on developmental program that empowers and provides realistic options and skills for your children to recognize, avoid, resist and if necessary escape predatory violence.

Is it not time to teach/train our children to do what we want them to do if faced with danger or victimization instead of just telling them what we hope that they’ll do? Click here to learn more about radKIDS.

The Joyful Child teaches adults how to recognize potentially predatory behavior and to eliminate the easy opportunities predators depend upon to lure or groom child victims. Ambassadors are trained to present the following presentations to adults, most often hosted at a PTA meeting:

  1. An Introduction to Preventing Child Abduction
  2. Recognizing Predatory Behavior
  3. A Parent’s Companion to radKIDS
  4. Internet Safety

There is only one activity based empowerment and safety skill building curriculum in the nation that can and does do that, so why are we not teaching radKIDS to our children?

Action Steps You Can Take
Teach your children and empower your family:

Bring radKIDS to your community.
There are 2 basic ways to do this:

As quoted by Margaret Meade,

"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed, citizens
can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has."

and YOU can be that individual by building a team of radKIDS Instructors to provide this potentially lifesaving skills to your community.

Please use the materials below to start discussion within your community, and we would like to suggest that you start with a question “Why are we not doing this for our children?”

We have created two general categories below for you to reach out to and to share what we can do for our children with the radKIDS Personal Empowerment Safety Education model:

The radKIDS Curriculum meets or exceeds the core educational standards in Elementary Health or Physical Education Curriculums in all 50 states.  Please click on the links for educational materials you can share with interested and responsible educators in your community as well as with your PTA/PTO.  Share them with your community educators and ask these two questions:

(1) Can we guarantee the safety of our children in this school and community today?

and then the second question
(2) So why are we not teaching them to be safer and to be able to respond to our greatest fears?

This section is designed to help you provide the valuable resource of radKIDS to assist your law enforcement community in their job to protect their community.  Asking them a the questions:

(1) Can you guarantee the protection of the children in this community?

Then the second question

(2) Then why are we not teaching them how to be safe and to escape violence and harm?

Third question

(3) Would you rather see a child who gets trapped by someone trying to hurt them with an attitude of, "How dare you touch me!" or one of "Help Me Help Me"  Well then why are we not teaching them what they deserve and may need to know?

After reviewing these materials please email us (click) directly for additional helpful information on Bringing radKIDS Instructor training to your community.

Together we can and will make a difference one child at a time.

Take Action Today and Make a Difference
This is a gift that will last a lifetime for your Child and your Community