Csa prevention personal safety

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Csa prevention personal safety

  1. 1. CSA PREVENTION:CSA PREVENTION: PERSONAL SAFETYPERSONAL SAFETY Joy L. Cristal, M.A., R.P., R.G.C.Joy L. Cristal, M.A., R.P., R.G.C. Associate Professor, De La Salle-Associate Professor, De La Salle- College of St. BenildeCollege of St. Benilde Acknowledgement:Acknowledgement: Catholic Ministry to Deaf People, Inc.; Ms. RachelleCatholic Ministry to Deaf People, Inc.; Ms. Rachelle Tansiatco and Ms. Maria Tanya de GuzmanTansiatco and Ms. Maria Tanya de Guzman
  2. 2. SELF-ESTEEMSELF-ESTEEM (Pagpapahalaga sa Sarili)(Pagpapahalaga sa Sarili) ““I LOVE AND VALUE MYSELF”I LOVE AND VALUE MYSELF”
  3. 3. Each person is L.U.V. • Loved by God (Mahal ng Diyos) • Unique (Naiiba; Walang kaparis) • Valuable/Important (Mahalaga)
  4. 4. Nibbling (“Ngatngat”)Nibbling (“Ngatngat”) The “SELF” becomes smaller andThe “SELF” becomes smaller and smaller because of NEGATIVEsmaller because of NEGATIVE comments we receive from others.comments we receive from others.
  5. 5. Kawawa ka… (Pitiful!) Ang bagal-bagal mo! (You are very slow!) Ang hina mo! (You are weak!) “MY self becomes small.” SELF ( Low Self Esteem TANGA! (Dumb!) Mahina ang ulo mo! (Weak mind!) NIBBLING “NGATNGAT”
  6. 6. SHY (Mahiyain) NO CONFIDENCE
  7. 7. IMPORTANT: See the positive, good and beautiful in your self. See the positive, good and beautiful in other people.
  8. 8. SELF-ESTEEM • Self-confidence • “I CAN!” • Self-worth • “I AM IMPORTANT!”
  9. 9. “I THANK Y0U, GOD, FOR YOU HAVE WONDERFULLY MADE ME !” PSALM 139
  10. 10. PERSONAL SAFETY
  11. 11. Personal Safety means keeping your body free from danger.
  12. 12. What are some of the ways we keep our body safe from harm/danger?
  13. 13. IWASANG MAGLARO NG POSPORO. (Avoid playing with matches.)
  14. 14. MAGSUOT NG HELMET SA PAGBIBISEKLETA. (Wear a helmet when riding a biking.)
  15. 15. IKABIT ANG ‘BUCKLE’ NG ‘BELT’ KAPAG NAKASAKAY SA KOTSE O EROPLANO. (Buckle your belt …)
  16. 16. HUWAG TUMANGGAP NG CANDY O ANUMANG –PAGKAIN MULA SA DI KILALANG TAO. (Do not accept candy or any kind of food from strangers.)
  17. 17. HUWAG MAGSIGARILYO. (Don’t smoke.)
  18. 18. INPUT: DifferentINPUT: Different Types of TOUCHES &Types of TOUCHES & the SAFETY RULESthe SAFETY RULES
  19. 19. Touch Continuum GOOD TOUCH Confusing Touch BAD TOUCH SAFE TOUCH – expressions of warmth, caring & Physical communication (ex.. Pat on a shoulder, hug, kiss on the cheek, handshake, etc.) CONFUSING TOUCH – touch that mixes Up a person orcreate uneasy feelings (can be anything) UNSAFE TOUCH – manipulative or forced Touch and all sexual touch between adults & children; A touch where the person is taking advantage of another
  20. 20. THE TOUCHING RULES (Mga pamaagi sa paghikap) SAFETY RULE NUMBER 1. An older (or any) person should Never touch your private body parts except for Health reasons. SAFETY RULE NUMBER 2. If an older more powerful person touches your private body parts or want you to touch his/hers, say “No!” & tell someone. SAFETY RULE NUMBER 3. Anytime you feel uncomfortable or mixed up about someone’s touching, tell him/her to stop it.
  21. 21. SAY ‘NO!, “STOP!”, “I don’t want to do that!” RUN to a safe place –school, Church, neighbors & trusted someone TELL your parents, a trusted adult, teacher & keep telling until someone helps you.

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