Teach your kids to Spot Danger, with Gary QuesenberryOct 18, 2022
... Before it Spots Them
In this recording from the Child Safety Summit, 2022 we sit down with the authority on Situational Awareness, fellow Dad and author of some of the most comprehensive and valuable books on keeping your family safe.
In this episode you will learn:
- How children can identify and understand normal environmental behaviors.
- How children can spot abnormal behaviors within their given environment.
- How to give children a plan and a means of avoidance or escape should a dangerous situation present itself.
Whether you're a parent, relative, or work in the childcare industry, the things you impart upon children will have a lasting impact on the way they live their lives.
Nowhere is this more important than in the area of personal safety. As caregivers, we have a great responsibility for the security and wellbeing of our children, and to guide them along the path to independence.
CONNECT WITH GARY QUESENBERRY
Gary Quesenberry served in the United States Army where as an Artilleryman during Operation Desert Storm. He later became a career Federal Air Marshal and instructor where he devoted his life to studying the areas of violence and predatory behavior.
Now Gary works as a personal defense trainer and has developed numerous basic and advanced level training courses focused on mental toughness, marksmanship, and defensive tactics.
Gary is also the author of the “Heads Up” series of books, Spotting Danger Before it Spots You, Build situational awareness to stay safe, and Spotting Danger Before it Spots Your Kids, Teaching situational awareness to keep children safe.
He has an extensive background in domestic and foreign counter-terror training and has worked in both the private and corporate sectors to help educate others on the importance of situational awareness, and personal safety.
START TRAINING YOUR KIDS NOW
Here’s a complimentary lesson I made for channel listeners on the 3 Discussions you must have with your kids about safety and survival. It’s only ten minutes long, but could be a life saving 10 minutes of your time spent.
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