Across the country, youth-serving nonprofits work hard to offer meaningful, enriching programs for kids of all ages. Concerned about the possibility of harm to service recipients, many organizations have focused intently on activities that reduce the likelihood that an adult caregiver will harm a young person. There is compelling evidence that these efforts are paying off. However, an increasingly important area of concern for youth-serving nonprofits is the risk of harm caused by participants themselves. Claims stemming from incidents of bullying and other misbehaviors appear to be on the rise.
Watch the recording of this Web Seminar if:
- Your nonprofit serves young people
- You are concerned about the risks associated with bullying, misconduct and misbehavior by young participants
- You want to learn practical strategies for managing the young people you serve
- You want to hear a straightforward discussion of effective discipline and control measures for youth-serving nonprofits
- You want to pose questions to a youth protection expert about how you can safely manage young service recipients while allowing them to be children and enjoy the programs your organization has to offer.