Pregnancy Prevention

Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program utilizes pregnancy vest, which simulates being pregnant, infant simulator to heighten teen awareness of the grave responsibilities of parenting a child. The infant simulator is taken home to allow the student to demonstrate their skill or lack of ability to care for a small infant. Drug & Alcohol affected infant simulator along with the shaken baby, and CPR simulators are employed to give appropriate educational information to:

  • Prevent Teen Pregnancy
  • Increases awareness of the challenges of parenthood
  • Instill knowledge about the safety around children
  • Educate the student in the basics of choking child rescue
  • Raise awareness of the shaken baby syndrome
  • Appropriate Child Care (infant care)
  • Child proofing home for safety techniques

Teen pregnancy discussions are coupled with frank conversations regarding various consequences and the adverse health effects of unprotected and premature intercourse.