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by mian rex

summer camp & sleepovers: things every parent should consider

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any years ago, I was a camp counselor at the YMCA’s Camp Cheerio in North Carolina. It was an unforgettable summer. I had the privilege of working with hundreds of children and watching them develop a strong sense of self-identity, build their self-esteem, learn through first-hand experiences, and make new friends. But most of all, it was a safe place for the children while they had fun. However, after my own experience and training for children’s safety and awareness through the radKIDS program, the word “camp” many times gives a sense of false security to parents and especially to children. As a working mom with three active boys aging from 7 to 12 years old

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Multiplicity's spring issue is loaded with tips on keeping your family safe! From things to consider for sleepovers and summer camps, tips f...

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