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2018 radKIDS SUMMER CAMP

*2018 Session is FULL*

What: radKIDS Summer Camp

When:  June 18 thru June 22, 2018
Where:  West Lafayette Junior-Senior High School, 1100 N. Grant St, West Lafayette, IN 47906
  • 5-7 year old class - 9am-11am
  • 8-12 year old class -  1pm-3pm
  • There is no cost associated with this program
  • Child must attend all sessions in the camp for a total of 10 hours
  • Parents are encouraged to stay while your child participates
  • Class size is limited
Please email inquiries to: wlpdrad@wl.in.gov

A National Leader

radKIDS® is the national leader in children's safety education and provides the only holistic, practical and realistic life skills safety program available for children and parents today. radKIDS® teaches children individually in an activity based hands-on training classroom, which means every child participates in all activities.

Building On Instinct
Other safety programs give children general guidance rules, show videos or simply "talk" to the children. radKIDS® is dedicated to providing our children with ahands-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.

This instinctual response can be "taught" and enhanced through individual demonstration, training and practice. radKIDS® is dedicated to providing communities and families the tools they need to teach and empower your children with realistic options in their own personal safety.

Giving Children a Choice

Through radKIDS® training, children become empowered, learning to replace the fear, confusion, and panic of dangerous situations with confidence, personal safety skills and self-esteem. Through this hands-on educational program the lives of children are being saved.
 

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