Resources for children and young people
TeenSPEAK information card
This pocket-sized information card for young people covers:
- What are the types of abuse?
- Tips to keep safe
- Who to call
Price: P&P or free download
© Women’s Aid, 2014
The Hideout Poster
Women’s Aid have created The Hideout website to help children and young people to understand domestic abuse, and how to take positive action if it’s happening to them.
Note: there are two versions of this poster, one aimed at younger children, and the other at older children/teens.
Poster text (younger children):
Ever feel scared of going home?
Worried about yourself or one of your parents?
For help and information about domestic abuse go to www.thehideout.org.uk
Poster text (older children/teens):
Frightened by someone you are dating?
Worried about violence at home?
For help and information on domestic abuse go to www.thehideout.org.uk
Price: P&P, or free download
©Women’s Aid 2008
Expect Respect Leaflet (A5)
- Respect checklist
- What a healthy relationship looks like
- Relationship quiz
- Who can I talk to?
- How can I help my friend or family member?
- Support and information
Women’s Aid thank The Body Shop UK for funding the production of this booklet.
Price: Free download only
© Women’s Aid, 2008
The Expect Respect Education Toolkit
The Expect Respect Education Toolkit helps you to plan lessons, and facilitates discussion about healthy relationships. There is a chapter for every school year, from reception to year 13.
Although the Expect Respect Education Toolkit is targeted for use by teachers within schools, it can just as easily be used by a range of other professionals working with children and young people in a variety of settings such as youth clubs or play schemes.
Children’s Welcome Pack: Third Edition
The Children’s Welcome Pack is a unique and invaluable resource for any refuge or children’s worker to use with young survivors of domestic violence. This third edition has been updated and split into three separate packs aimed at different age groups.
Illustrated in bright colours with plenty of space to encourage creativity, the packs are fun for children to use and aim to help them feel at home in their new environment. Moving into a refuge is a very unsettling experience for children, who may be leaving behind toys, belongings and friends. The packs help children to understand what a refuge is and what life will be like, and help with self-esteem building. The activities in the packs can help children to express their feelings, and help start conversations to explore them further.
Each pack is free to download.
(c) Women’s Aid, 2011