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Color me SAFE was born from the immense need for professionals with an understanding of policy and procedure of child protection issues. Armed with years of experience and passion, we created a full-service consulting firm that could instill power and knowledge to those who need it.

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10 Simple Steps for Reducing Toxic Stress in the Classroom

10 Simple Steps for Reducing Toxic Stress in the Classroom

We all know that when children aren’t well, they’re less likely to learn. More and more teachers recognize that children who can’t sit still in class, act out, or have asthma...

Stop playing with food...please.

Stop playing with food...please.

Don’t play with your food…a reprimand many will remember from childhood yet in these days of food poverty, faddy eaters, and food allergies we often encourage children in our...

Straight Talk: Child care deserts and preschool for all

Straight Talk: Child care deserts and preschool for all

PORTLAND, Ore. — Oregon is the fourth least affordable state in the country for child care and preschool. Many families struggle to pay the high cost; sometimes having to choose...

How to get kids to open up about their school day

How to get kids to open up about their school day

Does trying to get your kids to open up about their day feel like an inquisition? Do you feel like you’re giving your kid the third degree to tell you anything about their life?...

Why You Should Stop Nagging Your Teenager

Why You Should Stop Nagging Your Teenager

Have you been accused of nagging your teenage son or daughter? Do you find yourself in a constant state of worry that your child isn’t social enough, smart enough, or doing...

How to support children and families experiencing poverty

How to support children and families experiencing poverty

Last week I attended the Education Policy Institute’s annual conference where many professionals came together from across the sector to gain a better understanding of child...

How To Do Gentle Parenting Without Pandering — Lucy At Home

How To Do Gentle Parenting Without Pandering — Lucy At Home

Gentle parenting: it’s one of those marmite things – you either love it or hate it. Some people are drawn to the laid back, forgiving approach; and others are horrified at the...

10 Ways to Help Your Child Succeed in Elementary School (for Parents)

10 Ways to Help Your Child Succeed in Elementary School (for Parents)

Support from parents is key to helping kids do well academically. Here are 10 ways parents can put their kids on track to be successful students. Kids do better in school when...

When You Disagree with School Discipline

When You Disagree with School Discipline

This week we look at what to do when you are struggling with the discipline policies at your child's current, or potential future, school. View this email in your browser...

Universal Credit and Childcare

Universal Credit and Childcare

Vulnerable families do not always use free childcare even though we know that early years education can be hugely beneficial for them . Suffolk County Council’s Family...

The Key To Your Child's Heart (7 Ways It Works) - Janet Lansbury

The Key To Your Child's Heart (7 Ways It Works) - Janet Lansbury

Write this word on your hand. It’s a magical way to connect with a child of any age, can ease tears and tantrums and even prevent them.  It’s a simple but surprisingly...

Parents' complaints 'distract 84% of school leaders'

Parents' complaints 'distract 84% of school leaders'

More than four out of five school leaders say they are distracted by complaints from parents, a poll shows. In a survey of more than 1,000 school leaders, more than half of the...