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Old 09-13-2012, 04:49 PM   #25
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Re: how do you protect your kids from molestation?

My son is alone at school and at therapies with his therapists. There are things he can't do with distraction. This is getting much better but ages 3-5 was a lot of 1:1. I can't have the talk with him due his disabilities. I'm much more worried about physical abuse with him but molestation has crossed my mind too, especially since he's already a little sexual at 6.5 years old.

I did have the talk with my older son since he was 5, we have had it many times. Boys are goofier and so we have talks about no showing pee pees to anyone, even friends.

I would meet the PT and follow your gut. If you don't trust him then pull her out of PT or request that it be at times that you can be present.
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