Mr. Rogers continues to inspire us and the helpers in our community. His T.V. show, Mister Rogers Neighborhood, captured the hearts of kids and adults all over the world. But it wasn't just an entertaining show, built on fostering connection and childhood development, Mister Rogers Neighborhood pioneered educational television giving children a safe place to be belong and learn.
Back in November 2019, ICT S.O.S. held a special private screening of A Beautiful Day In The Neighborhood celebrating some of the helpers in Wichita. We interviewed helpers during the event to find out what they loved about Mr. Rogers and why they decided to become a helper. Liz Upton, MSW and Jennifer White discuss the life of Mr. Rogers and his pioneering work.
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In this episode, our education coordinator Amber Gonzalez and executive director Jennifer White discuss the state of ICT S.O.S and what we think might be coming down the line for the coming year, as well as how you in the community can remain involved as Covid-19 measures begin slowly lifting.
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In this episode, our education coordinator Amber Gonzalez and Forensic Nurse Megan Meier talk about supporting survivors of sexual assault and abuse during Covid-19, as well as address a couple common myths about sexual assault.
Show notes can be found here.
If you need assistance, please call the Wichita Area Sexual Assault Center 24 hour crisis line: (316) 263-3002 or toll free 1-877-927-2248. You can also visit: www.wichitasac.com
In this episode, our education coordinator Amber Gonzalez and Lori Chandler of the Child Advocacy Center in Sedgwick County, discuss child abuse prevention during the pandemic and how April is child abuse awareness month.
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Amber Gonzalez, Education Coordinator of ICT S.O.S. and Sierra Fair, Social Services Coordinator at Salvation Army talk about the work Salvation Army does for the community, what that work is like during the pandemic and how it's ultimately human trafficking prevention.
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Listen to Executive Director Jennifer White and Wichita Police Department, Detective Heather Huhman assigned to the Internet Crimes Against Children Unit, discuss online exploitation and how parents can protect their kids online. Show Notes
Read and share Detective Huhman's message to parents: https://ictsos.org/a-detectives-message-to-parents-about-their-kids-online/
Jennifer White and Amber Gonzalez launch the first official podcast episode of Look For The Helpers. They discuss what ICT S.O.S. is up to during the pandemic, the helper they are looking to right now, and keeping your kids safe from human traffickers online. Stay tuned for future episodes!