Kosair Charities discuss the Face It Movement, an effort to prevent and end child abuse.
The Face It Movement teaches children about good and bad touch, when to say no, abuse, etc.
Keith Inman, President of Kosair Charities and Dr. Melissa Currie, founding member of Face It Movement and Medical Director and Chief of the Kosair Charities Division of Pediatric Forensic Medicine at the University of Louisville, give tips on how to keep children safe.
Some of their tips include, never forcing a child to hug or kiss someone, the difference between okay and not okay, get background checks on anyone caring for a child, hitting and other physical punishments don’t work, use positive reinforcement, time outs, monitor a child’s smartphone and social media use and open communication between the adult and child.
For more tips visit FaceItAbuse.org
Center Stage Production
Center Stage at the JCC presents The Full Monty.
The Fully Monty is set in Buffalo, New York. A group of laid-off steal workers take a chance to earn money in their own strip show, after their wives saw a touring production of the Chippendales. Facing insecurities and preconceived notions, and lack of dance ability, the group of men bond and bare it all in a musical comedy.
The show runs from January 10th to the 27th; Thursday, Saturday, Monday at 7:30 p.m., and Sundays at 2 p.m.
Tickets range from $22 to $24 dollars.
For more information about show times, tickets, and Center Stage call (502) 459-0660 or visit CenterStageJCC.org