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  • Hi Jenn and Susan, Susan makes an excellent point that a whistle could be a hazard and force a victim to choke or be harmed other ways. This response made me think about how most perpetrators are known to the victim and they may not have a whistle or ...

  • ​Another lesson we have learned in the autistic and special education classrooms is to be very concrete with your lessons.  Use specific examples or 'rules' to follow instead of leaving it up to interpretation.  Utilize visuals to enhance lessons that ...

  • As a former certified self-defense instructor with the national R.A.D. Program (Rape Aggression Defense), I strongly discourage the use of "rape whistles".  Rapists do not want to attract attention of others who might help the victim and often, when a ...

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