Get your complimentary copy of Victor Pacini's e-book, The Erin's Law Solution + Three Training Videos

I understand that the difficult part of fulfilling the Erin's Law mandate is educating different aged students on a sensitive topic that can be scary to kids and is very taboo to talk about.  That's where we come in. We help teach you and your staff how to properly and safely teach the law to students in an appropriate was so that everyone, including the parents has peace of mind.

The Be Seen and Heard© sexual abuse prevention curriculum is evidence-based, research-based and and proven to be effective.

The Be Seen and Heard© sexual abuse prevention curriculum is evidence-based, research-based and and proven to be effective. It meets Erin’s Law mandate requirements and CDC guidelines for recommended solutions to reducing the mental and physical health consequences stemming from child sexual abuse and physical abuse. One in five children will experience a form of child sexual abuse; 90 percent by someone they know.

Over 300 Disclosures Because of the Be Seen and Heard© Curriculum

"It's the most age-appropriate way I have ever seen to present a difficult topic and they do it in a kid friendly age-appropriate manner. -Dr. Scott Schwartz, Assistant Superintendent for Teaching, Learning & Innovation, Deerfield, IL

 

A Body Safety Curriculum Designed Appropriately For Different Grade Levels, Special Needs, Hearing Impaired, and Spanish speaking students.

"I created this for that eight year old little boy who was going to school every day trying to focus on math and science. Unfortunately, he was sexually abused by a family friend and couldn't stop thinking about it. He was threatened not to tell anyone. So, he didn't for eleven years. I am that little boy. My name is Victor Pacini. My mission now is to make a difference. I can help prevent abuse and give children all over the world a voice to never keep unsafe secrets no matter what."

Victor and his children...Mimmi, Angelo, and Luca

"Because of your courage in sharing your story, and also because you are such a dedicated advocate for all kids, this girl now has a voice and will no longer be victimized."

Denise Coleman
Superintendent, San Jose, Ca

A Law To Protect Children

"If only this was available to me when I was a student in school." 
Countless Parents that have previewed the Be Seen and Heard© Curriculum

Erin’s Law requires* that all public schools offer sexual abuse prevention education to help children gain the confidence to have a voice, and to speak up in cases of sexual abuse. These programs educate children to be able to recognize the signs of sexual abuse and teaches educators and other school officials to be able to recognize an abused child. Erin’s Law Programs also teach parents how to recognize the signs and provides resources for them to help sexually abused children in their family.

There are currently 37 states that have passed Erin’s Law into their state legislation and many more to come.

Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, New York, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wyoming

*While most states require this law to be implemented, some states use the word, "encourages".

Preview The Be Seen and Heard© Curriculum and Others

Consent curriculum and programs coming soon.

Three Powerful Ways To Deliver This Effective Curriculum

LIVE STREAM

A Be Seen and Heard© presenter delivers the curriculum in the classroom through a live - online experience.

IN PERSON PRESENTATIONS

A Be Seen and Heard© presenter will visit your schools and create an interactive experience for your students..  

ONLINE CURRICULUM

Your counselors or teachers can facilitate the online modules which include having engaging conversations with your students.

THE BENEFITS OF THE BE SEEN AND HEARD© CURRICULUM

A Be Seen and Heard© presenter will visit your school(s) and will deliver the curriculum through a live - online experience.

1. You can choose to host a virtual parent information night We give an in depth overview of the curriculum with your parents...It's an opportunity for your parents to get their questions answered. 

2. You will receive the "Peace of Mind" video for your parents

3. The Following Downloadable PDF's:


  • The Curriculum Roadmap for teachers and staff to learn about the appropriate language that is used.
  • Trusted Hero Promise

  • Trusted Hero Poster

  • Other Motivational Posters

  • The 4 Rules To Staying Safe


  • The Opt Out Letter (template that can be customized for your district and specific state)

  • Protocols for Reporting Sexual Abuse form for teachers
  • Keeping My Family Safe - Courtesy of the Chicago Children's Advocacy Center

4. The Be Seen and Heard e-book for students and parents.

5. The 4 Communications - I want you to know that Erin’s Law recommends 4 communications on the topic of sexual abuse per year.

We will take care of this for you. We will provide three additional communications as 2 minute video modules that you show your students throughout the school year.

A Be Seen and Heard© presenter will visit your school(s) and will deliver the curriculum in an interactive presentation format.

1. You can choose to host a live parent information night We give an in depth overview of the curriculum with your parents...It's an opportunity for your parents to get their questions answered. 

2. You will receive the "Peace of Mind" video for your parents

3. The Following Downloadable PDF's:


  • The Curriculum Roadmap for teachers and staff to learn about the appropriate language that is used.
  • Trusted Hero Promise

  • Trusted Hero Poster

  • Other Motivational Posters

  • The 4 Rules To Staying Safe


  • The Opt Out Letter (template that can be customized for your district and specific state)

  • Protocols for Reporting Sexual Abuse form for teachers
  • Keeping My Family Safe - Courtesy of the Chicago Children's Advocacy Center

4. The Be Seen and Heard e-book for students and parents.

5. The 4 Communications - I want you to know that Erin’s Law recommends 4 communications on the topic of sexual abuse per year.

We will take care of this for you. We will provide three additional communications as 2 minute video modules that you show your students throughout the school year.

We Work Together!

All you have to do is facilitate the online modules which include having engaging conversations with your students. I provide the direction, confidence, and the capability to make this collaborative effort a success!


Here’s what the curriculum offers you:

1. Access to the online video presentations and activities for teaching and raising awareness. Four presentations have been appropriately designed for the following age groups: K-1-2 / 3-4 / 5-6 / 7-8 / High School (This is a separate license call for details)

2. The "Peace of Mind" video for your parents

3. The Following Downloadable PDF's:


  • The Curriculum Roadmap for teachers and staff to learn about the appropriate language that is used.
  • Trusted Hero Promise

  • Trusted Hero Poster

  • Other Motivational Posters

  • The 4 Rules To Staying Safe


  • The Opt Out Letter (template that can be customized for your district and specific state)

  • Protocols for Reporting
  • Keeping My Family Safe - Courtesy of the Chicago Children's Advocacy Center


4. The Be Seen and Heard e-book for students and parents.

5. The 4 Communications - I wanted you to also know that Erin’s Law recommends 4 communications on the topic of sexual abuse.

I will take care of this for you. I will provide these additional communications as 2 minute video modules that you show your students throughout the school year.

EXCERPT FROM AN INTERVIEW

I had the privilege of being interviewed by Karen Alpert.  She is the author of the very popular blog, Baby Sideburns. She is a mother of a student that experienced my program at their school.

...Victor talked to the kids about sexual abuse, and then one of the students came forward privately to their parents and told them something that had happened to them. Something bad. Their parents had NO idea.

Look at your arm right now. If it’s anything like mine, your hairs are standing on end.  

It’s a parent’s worst nightmare. Or one of them at least. Because we can’t lock our kids up and shelter them completely. Every day they’re with teachers and babysitters and nannies and friends and uncles and aunts and grandpas and coaches and priests and counselors etc etc etc. The people we trust.

And that’s why something can happen. Because we trust them to be alone with our most prized possession in the whole entire world. Seriously, I get tears in my eyes typing this.

So as soon as I heard that Victor’s presentation had made such a big difference in one kid’s life at OUR school, guess what I did? I reached out to Victor to say two things:

1. THANK YOU!!!!

2. How can I help other parents?

Within 24 hours my cell phone was ringing and it was Victor calling me to talk. And let me just say that he is one AMAZING human being. Over 110 kids have come forward to report something after hearing him speak. ONE HUNDRED AND TEN!! And probably even wayyyyyy more because a lot of these things are kept confidential so I’m sure he doesn’t hear about all of them.

And do you know what a difference it makes when a kid comes forward and gets help instead of keeping all that scary stuff all bottled up inside? It is HUGE. Not to mention all the kids who may have stopped someone from touching them inappropriately after his presentation.

I’m going to give you a few of the most important things he taught me when we spoke. So here goes, four things you absolutely need to know about protecting your kiddos when it comes to sexual abuse:

1. “No one touches your private parts unless it’s to keep you clean and healthy.”

You want to start talking to your kiddos about this stuff as early as kindergarten, maybe even earlier. “No one touches your private parts unless it’s to keep you clean and healthy.” Use those words. Because yes a doctor can touch you IF your parents are in the room. And yes a grandparent can touch you IF it’s to clean you in the tub. You DON’T want to scare them but you DO want to talk to them.

2. Safe secrets and unsafe secrets

Teach them that there are “safe secrets” and “unsafe secrets.” A safe secret is something like “I’m keeping Ella’s birthday party a secret so I don’t hurt anyone’s feelings.” An unsafe secret is something like “My friend told me her music teacher is touching her.” Kids need to understand this difference.

3. Erin’s Law

Are your kids learning about sexual abuse in school? If your kid is in public school in any one of these states, it is a LAW that they have to:

Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, New York, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wyoming

It’s called Erin's Law, only here’s the thing. Lots of schools have been slacking and not doing it even though they’re supposed to, so check to make sure your school is. And if you live in a state that’s not on this list, demand that your government get Erin’s Law passed where you are. It will literally save lives.

4. Talking about it is less scary than the alternative

Don’t be scared to talk about it. I know it can be super uncomfortable and you don’t want to scare your kiddo but you want them to know that A. it shouldn’t happen and B. they can ALWAYS come talk to you if it does. As Victor says, you are one of their trusted heroes. 

We use car seats in case they get into an accident, and bike helmets in case they fall, and socket covers in case they get curious, and baby gates in case they are crawling, and like a million other things to protect our kiddos. Think of this as another one of those things you do just in case. Hopefully they’ll never need it. But it’ll help prevent them from becoming a victim, and help protect them in case they ever do.

I’m ending this with a big fat HUGE thank you to Victor Pacini for taking the time to chat with me and for dedicating his life to helping thousands of kids, maybe even yours.

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We are very happy to get you started with this curriculum for your students, staff, and parents - LIVE, ONLINE, or LIVE STREAM. 

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"It's a breath of fresh air to have Victor do his Erin's Law presentation for our students. He knocked it out of the park. From staff to parents to students everyone is begging me to book him for next year."

Merryl Brownlow
Superintendent, Palos Heights, IL
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