Sensory-friendly Safety Awareness presentation on March 23
Registration required by March 2
MEDWAY - On Sat., March 23, the public is invited to join Medway SEPAC for a sensory-friendly presentation by Medway’s Lieutenant Jeffrey Watson on safety awareness.
The program is designed to teach children how to stay safe when encountering strangers. The interactive and engaging session will cover important topics such as how to recognize potential dangers, how to respond if approached by a stranger, and who to turn to for help. They will also discuss the importance of always staying with a trusted adult and never going anywhere with someone they do not know.
The presentation is a must-attend for kids and parents alike, as we work together to keep our community safe. Parents and/or guardians must be present for the entire session.
The event will take place at Burke-Memorial School in the Memorial Cafeteria, 16 Cassidy Lane. Registration is required.
There will be two sessions - 10am or 11am. Please sign up for one session by March 2 by using the QR code or visiting bit.ly/MedwaySafetyAwareness
The event is sponsored by Medway Special Education Parent Advisory Council.