For over three decades, schools have relied on Weller Health Education as one of their main sources of preventive health education for students. Weller stays ahead of emerging health trends to create new programs that target the most pertinent health risks facing kids today. All Weller programs meet CDC and Pennsylvania state education standards and are presented in person or virtually by professional health educators. Weller professionals are experts at connecting with young people and translating even the most complex information into easy-to-understand concepts.


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Smarter Parents, Safer Kids Workshop

Parents and caregivers have a significant influence over their children throughout the various stages of their development. Do you want to learn how to create a protective environment for your children? Smarter Parents. Safer Kids. offers a parent-focused workshop that addresses challenging topics such as:

  • What does healthy sexual development look like at various ages?
  • How to effectively communicate with your children about sexual topics and personal boundaries.
  • How to keep your children safe from sexual abuse

Register for virtual or in-person workshops below. Questions? Contact us at More information can be found by clicking here.

Virtual Registration (Zoom):

June 11, 6 - 8 pm Register here

June 13, 5 - 7 pm Register here

June 17, 5 - 7 pm Register here

June 18, 10 - noon Register here

June 25, 6 - 8 pm Register here

June 26, 7 - 9 pm Register here 


June 19, 5:30 - 7:30 pm (Allentown Public Library) Register here

About the Safe Touches Program

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Certified Safe Touches facilitators April Escueta and Megan Rainey use puppets Toby, Petunia, Herbert and Eunice to teach the Safe Touches program to second graders.


Safe Touches is an evidence-based, age-appropriate child sexual abuse prevention program. The classroom-based workshop is highly interactive and fun! Specially trained facilitators use puppet skits to progressively teach and reinforce important body safety concepts. During the program, students will learn the difference between safe and not safe touches and what to do if they feel unsafe, confused, or receive a not safe touch.


"I like how tailored it was to the age group. The students seemed to love the puppets and understood the concepts very well." – Second Grade Teacher

"I loved how calm the presenters were. It created a safe environment for the students." – Second Grade Teacher

"I liked that it made students aware of topics not usually discussed in an appropriate way." – Second Grade Teacher


Weller Health Education YouTube Channel

You can find playlists on topics including general health and nutrition, drugs and alcohol, setting healthy boundaries and more.

View our playlists