Best Practices to Prevent Child Sexual Abuse
TAALK has identified 8 Child Sexual Abuse Best Practices (CSA Best PracticesTM) as a guideline for every adult to understand their role in the resolution of the child sexual abuse pandemic. While each Best Practice may be implemented slightly differently based on role, together the Best Practices provide a common vision and language across the community. Every adult plays at least one role - that of Parent or Concerned Adult, while some may play additional roles.
We challenge you to
learn all 8 Best Practices for your role(s)
because child sexual abuse is predictable and preventable
when we surround children with knowledgeable
and outspoken adults.
Click here to learn more about child sexual abuse best practices for Parents and Concerned Adults.
Then return to this page and click on the images below to learn about child sexual abuse best practices for the additional roles you play in your local community.