Several times a year, Prevent Child Abuse Indiana hosts either a Conference or Signature Event, Workshops, Webinars and fundraising events to help educate our communities and raise awareness. We hope you’ll attend, and help us further our mission of keeping kids safe.
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Nurturing Parents Cafe: Safe & Secure-Making a Home Safety Plan
March 18, 2021 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Description: It is important to have a plan when there are children in your home. Let’s discuss having the safest home environment possible.
Since this is more of a facilitated discussion instead of one of our regular trainings/webinars, Training Credits will not be available.
The Parent Cafes are a monthly, relaxed discussion around Parenting Topics. Participants are encouraged to bring YOUR OWN ISSUES, and gain insights and resources!
Carol Pool received her Bachelor’s in Social Work from Ball State in 1985 and her Master’s in Social Work from Indiana University in 1990. For nearly 30 years, Carol has been a leader, advocate, educator and trainer around many social issues. She began at Methodist Hospital in the critical care areas. Then she was a primary educator for 13 years for Planned Parenthood around the issues of healthy sexuality, birth control, STD and sexual abuse prevention. In 2006, she continued her work at Prevent Child Abuse Indiana, training in a variety of safety topics. There she became a certified trainer in Darkness to Light (Stewards of Children) preventing child sexual abuse; as well as Nurturing Father’s, Bully Safe, and SafeTots.
Brian Carter is the Director of Dads, Inc., a program of Prevent Child Abuse Indiana, and has been with The Villages since 1994. In his current role he conducts various trainings and presentations and is a Program Educator for Nurturing Fathers. Prior to his current role, Brian served as a Foster Care Case Manager, Independent Living Case Manager, FAKT Coordinator, and Community Based Service Worker. Brian received his Bachelor’s in Social Work from Indiana University and worked as a Probation Officer with the Marion County Juvenile Courts for two years prior to coming to The Villages.