Vancouver/Fraser Valley CoSA (Circles of Support and Accountability) holds a free webinar on March 30 called Tips for Protecting Your Children from Sexual Abuse. (Image by StartupStockPhotos from Pixabay)

Vancouver/Fraser Valley CoSA (Circles of Support and Accountability) holds a free webinar on March 30 called Tips for Protecting Your Children from Sexual Abuse. (Image by StartupStockPhotos from Pixabay)

Fraser Valley webinar covers tips for protecting kids from sexual abuse

Session on Tuesday, March 30 is hosted by non-profit Circles of Support and Accountability

Vancouver/Fraser Valley CoSA (Circles of Support and Accountability) holds a free webinar on Tuesday, March 30 titled Tips for Protecting Your Children from Sexual Abuse.

The session runs from 7 to 8 p.m. and is designed for parents and caregivers. It looks at who sexual abusers target, signs to be aware of in your child, and how to have the right conversations with your child.

Guest presenter is Scot Gibson, who works with sexual offenders post-release. For more than a decade, he has gained knowledge and insight from this work and will be sharing it with the community in hopes of educating about and preventing sexual abuse.

CoSA Vancouver/Fraser Valley is a non-profit organization that provides public education programming on how to create safe communities for everyone. CoSA has been operating in B.C. for the last 18 years.

CoSA also provides post-release support and accountability to offenders right in their communities and by the citizens of their communities in order to support the prevention of sexual crimes.

Registration for the webinar at vfvcosa.org/copy-of-webinar-booking.

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