Radkids Summer Safety Program
June 24-28, Mon-Fri. 9-11:00am. Ages 5-11.
$5 for the entire week
We will be teaching kids : How to escape an abduction, how to escape a house fire, gun safety, cyber internet rules, self defense moves, how to guard yourself if a vicious dog attacks, plus many more things.
At the Cullman Civic Center 510 5th St SW, Cullman, Alabama 35055
Information from their website:
radKIDS, or R.A.D (Resisting Aggression Defensively) is the national leader in children's safety. This program is for elementary age children both boys and girls. The Curriculum topics include: Home, School and Vehicle Safety, Out and About Safety, Realistic Defense Against Abduction, Good-Bad-Uncomfortable Touch and more. It also teaches Stranger Tricks (including Physical Defense against Abduction). radKIDS will empower your child and build their confidence.
radKIDS® is dedicated to providing our children with a hands-on, activity-based physical skill development program empowering our children with options, not fear. radKIDS® provides our children with the instinctual options they need to recognize, avoid and if necessary respond to potential danger in their world today. radKIDS® has always believed, and it is further proved by the NCMEC study, that the first few seconds of a potentially violent encounter are critical. When a child is approached or grabbed, the response needs to be immediate, instinctual and absolute.
What your child will learn after completing the radKIDS course
· Internet Safety
· Air Bag & Vehicle Safety
· How to deal with Bullying
· Gun Safety
· How To Physically Resist an Attack
· Home Fire Safety
· Cyber Bullying
· Water Safety
· Bicycle Safety
· Good Touch , Bad Touch
· Calling 911-Getting To Know Dispatch
All of these skills will be taught by applying “hands on” learning where each child will go through a series of emergency drills so that not only are they verbally understanding how to respond but physically able to practice their emergency responses they have learned.
To learn more about radKIDS or to get involved, visit their site: http://radkids.org/