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A Great Article about a Great Thing

ווען וועלען שוין די חרדישע מוסדות קלוג ווערען
און אויכעט אנהייבען צו טוהן צו דער זאך?
When will Charedi Mosdos get smart
and start doing likewise?
Local News
Written by Rochelle Maruch Miller
Thursday, 05 January 2012 07:23
It takes a village to raise a child—but it takes a community to keep our precious children safe. For Sarah Bergman, her determination and desire to protect our children led to the founding of Magen LI, a lifesaving safety initiative.
Twenty-five years ago, when her children were beginning elementary school, Sarah had spearheaded a safety program implemented in our local yeshivos and schools. Together with several other concerned mothers, she visited the schools. “Every principal was eager to participate in a program to help ensure their students’ safety,” recalls the Lawrence resident. Always concerned about the welfare of children, Sarah remained actively involved in the program and was a major factor in its success.
Now, a quarter century later, the need was great for a powerful initiative that would, with Hashem’s help, keep our children out of harm’s way. Following the Leiby Kletzky tragedy, our community was devastated and we held our little ones close.
Bergman explains, “Many people started talking at that time about how to talk to our children about safety, or what to do if they’re lost. And I felt that it was very important to bring in some kind of program to go into schools and teach them.”
This was the inception of Magen LI. The program is based on the Safety Kid model, a California-based initiative created by Debbie Fox, and is a coordinated effort between schools, parents, and children to establish a secure environment for a child’s physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being.
Safety Kid is committed to raising awareness, teaching practical skills, providing information, and empowering children to protect themselves from becoming victims of abuse, abduction, or molestation.
Studies show that when schools, parents, and children all work together, everyone benefits, especially the children. The training program provides tools that open healthy communication between adults and children on sensitive issues. It encourages dialogue regarding personal matters and establishes who the safe adults are for children to talk to. Children are empowered with skills to keep themselves safe and to assert themselves appropriately.
The impact of this progressive initiative is literally lifesaving. “Magen LI is a vital program that was created as a positive response to a terrible tragedy,” explained Dr. Penina Zilberberg, a clinical child psychologist and member of Magen LI’s team of mental-health professionals. “The program’s name reflects our goal—to shield and protect our children. But in order to protect them, we have to empower and educate them; to create an environment where they feel safe. We want our children to feel that if anything happens, they should not feel shame. Rather, we have to create a system of communication where our children feel as safe and comfortable in finding their voices in discussing the ABCD’s of safety as they do in discussing wearing a safety helmet or seat belt.”
Mrs. Bergman explains the ABCD’s of safety:
Ask for help, when in dangerous situations or lost. They will acquire skills of what they need to know and do in cases of emergency and how to identify a trusted adult.
Bring a friend. Students will be introduced to the concept of the “buddy system,” which teaches them that it is always safer to go with a friend.
Check first. Offers children tools of what to do when the telephone rings or a stranger knocks on their door at home. They will also learn about the need to inform a trusted adult when changing a plan, going with anyone elsewhere, or accepting gifts.
Do tell. Introduces the concept of “body ownership,” OK vs. not OK touch, and the no-run-tell rule. It teaches a variety of strategies of how to respond when their personal space or privacy is about to be or has been violated. “Do tell” is the program’s key component.
Dr. Zilberberg adds, “What is important about this three-prong program is that it educates teachers and administrators, parents and children. We begin by training the administrators and teachers in how to pick up signs of abuse. Transparency is one of the mandated regulations for schools. Whenever a rebbi or teacher is alone with a child, it should be in an easily accessible area or room with an unlocked door and an unobstructed window. In the event of a safety emergency, a school must be prepared to take the next step with a secured system in place.”
Training is provided for all school employees, including administration, teachers, and support staff, and consists of two major components. The school training emphasizes protecting children and staff. They help establish a school conduct policy and behavioral standards—which documents a commitment to provide a safe school atmosphere with written policies of conduct and behavioral standards, and mandated reporting guidelines, which helps staff to recognize signs and behavioral symptoms of child abuse, identify who is a mandated reporter, and create a system for submitting a therapeutic report within the school setting given halachic and legal considerations.
In each school, the administration and staff workshops are followed up with a mandatory parent workshop where the parents’ awareness regarding safety issues is increased. As well, they are given an idea of the curriculum their children will be presented with in order that the lines of communication may be opened when the materials are brought home. “The parents are given a list of talking points regarding discussing different situations and topics with their children, including safety at school, in camp, and at home with babysitters or other caregivers,” said Dr. Zilberberg.
The parent training emphasizes communicating skills to our children. Parent education workshops include discussions of parental role and responsibilities regarding the ABCD’s of safety. Parents acquire tools to help their children apply the lessons for safe behavior that they have learned, encouraging open communication, and demonstrating about appropriate behavior and touch “rules of conduct.”
Parents learn to facilitate prevention through education and communication by using active listening skills, identifying safe helpers and trusted adults, and helping children to know what to do in at-risk situations.
“It gives the parents a glimpse of what their children are learning about in the program,” said Dr. Zilberberg. “We teach our children to be obedient and respectful, but how will they react in an uncomfortable situation? Magen LI has chosen to bring the Safety Kids program to our yeshivos and schools to empower and educate our children. It’s about children finding their voices. By training our schools, our parents, and our children, Safety Kids becomes a part of the conversation. When parents, teachers, and administrators have all been trained with the same information, they are aware of what the children have learned and the conversation can flow easily. Our children will know whom to approach to ask for help if they are lost. They will know how to identify a safety helper or trusted adult, such as a mother with children.”
The program is then brought to the children in nursery through fourth grade by a cadre of volunteer educators who are trained to convey the messages of Safety Kid. These messages are transmitted via age-appropriate media such as puppets and posters in the younger grades and videos and discussion in the older grades.
Dr. Zilberberg adds, “Empowering our children helps them make safe choices. Safe choices promote prevention. Including children and adults in prevention models is essential for effective children’s safety. These are two of the principles upon which the program is based.”
“The Safety Kid model is based on the premise that it takes a community to keep a child safe,” said Dr. Shoshana Karasick, clinical psychologist and coordinator of Magen LI’s mental-health team. “It’s an awareness, education, and prevention program. Education provides knowledge; knowledge provides skills; skills empower.”
Thus far, Magen LI has reached out to 14 schools in the Five Towns/Far Rockaway community, as well as schools in Long Beach and West Hempstead.
“The response has been overwhelmingly positive—both from parents and from schools,” Dr. Karasick said. “The program has caught on like wildfire; as soon as one school heard about it, others wanted to get involved. Parents tell us that their children are very excited about the program. It’s done in an easy-to-hear, palatable manner.”
She adds, “Sarah Bergman is an amazing person. She took an idea, from a kernel, and brought it to fruition. Our community owes her a tremendous debt of gratitude.”
Magen LI training workshops are scheduled next at Yeshiva of South Shore and Shulamith School for Girls.