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Child Sexual Abuse Prevention in Youth Sports: Why It Matters
Please join us on December 10th at 11:30 AM for a topic that never ceases to be relevant and informative. Child Sexual Abuse Prevention in Youth Sports: Why it Matters, will inform audiences about the risks of sexual abuse to young athletes. The workshop will focus on definitions, grooming behaviors, with special emphasis on cyber-grooming, legal and policy issues, and of course prevention. If you are a parent, caregiver, coach, or educator, this workshop will be of particular interest to you.

You must be at least 18 years or older to attend this webinar.

Dec 10, 2020 11:30 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Toby Stark
Toby Stark has earned a national reputation in child sexual abuse prevention and child advocacy. It is her background in child advocacy, nonprofit leadership, public relations and strategic planning that allows her to truly affect positive change in the communities in which she works. Toby helps youth sports organizations and youth serving organizations do what is truly needed to best protect the youth for whom they are responsible, from youth protection policies & procedures that are steeped in best practices to research-informed child sexual abuse prevention and response training. Toby is a Certified Instructor and an Authorized Facilitator for Darkness to Light’s Stewards of Children® child sexual abuse prevention program for adults. She is also a graduate of the FBI Citizen’s Academy, serves on the PCAIN Advisory Board, and has been recognized by Indiana’s Bicentennial Committee, Aspire and the Indiana Coalition Against Sexual Assault.
Ashley Hadler
Ashley Hadler is a lawyer who represents survivors of sexual abuse and nursing home abuse. Ashley’s education and experience enables her to uniquely handle cases for clients who have suffered from trauma, have complex medical issues, or are vulnerable due to their young or advanced age. Ashley provides education and resources to groups seeking to prevent abuse and protect vulnerable populations where abuse may occur. She also knows how to investigate people and businesses that may be held accountable for abuse. Ashley is the Vice-chair of the charter Young Lawyer’s Council of the National Crime Victim’s Bar Association. She is an active member of the Indiana Trial Lawyers Association, Illinois Trial Lawyers Association, and the American Association for Justice Sexual Assault and Nursing Home Litigation Groups. She is also an active member of the Prevent Child Abuse Indiana Advisory Board. She lives in Carmel, Indiana with her husband, Kent, and their French bulldog, Poppy.