American Psychological Association -- Warning Signs provides material from the American Psychological Association and American Academy of Pediatrics on potential warning signs for violence in children.
Antisocial Behavior in School: Strategies and Best Practices offers
educators with information regarding the nature, origins, and causes of
antisocial behavior. The book also offers the best available practice,
interventions, and model programs for the prevention and remediation of
antisocial behavior disorders occurring in school.
Early Warning Timely Response: A Guide to Safe Schools provides
schools with strategies designed to assist schools in identifying early
warning signs, and developing prevention, intervention, and crisis response
Author(s): Dwyer, K., Osher, D., & Warger, C.
Safeguarding Our Children: An Action Guide builds upon the Early
Warning Guide and provides a comprehensive model that incorporates prevention,
early intervention, and intensive interventions. The guide also identifies
mechanisms for implementing the plan, as well as offers information about
technical assistance centers and evidence-based resources that school
communities can use to develop a comprehensive plan to address their schools
The American Psychological Association and MTV provide youth with
information about identifying the warning signs of violent behavior and
how to get help if they
Early Warning Signs In-service is a 3 hour session that addresses
why knowing early warning signs are necessary, what early warning signs
are, and how to use early warning signs. The in-service is $55 per person
for up to 42 participants.
Early Warning Signs 1 day Workshop provides training on why we
miss troubled students and what we can do identify them. It also provides
individuals with certification in the use of the Keys to Safer Schools
Early Warning Assessment tool. The workshop costs $95 per person and includes
a copy of the Assessing Early Warning Signs Manual.
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