ACT Media Campaign MaterialsEarly in the ACT Program, APA created an educational media campaign to raise awareness of parents and caregivers about their important role as teachers and models for children. “Teach carefully… What a child learns about violence, a child learns for life”, was the message.
With funding from the MetLife Foundation and sponsored by the Advertising Council, advertising agencies developed public service announcements (PSAs) for TV and radio and posters for the ACT Media Campaign. They can now be used as instructional materials to help disseminate the program messages on early violence prevention and positive parenting.
Public Service Announcements for TV and Radio
Check the ACT PSAs below and answer the questions:
ACT TV PSA: Teach Carefully: We Can Help You How
ACT Radio SpotsRadio Spot One: Road Rage (WMA Media file, size: 945 KB)
Radio Spot Two: Bad Call (WMA Media file, size: 943 KB)
Radio Spot Three: You're Late (WMA Media file, size: 945 KB)
Radio Spot Four: Little Boy Blue (WMA Media file, size: 1006 KB)
Printed Public Service Advertisements (Posters)
Printed PSAs were created to help spread the program messages on early violence and abuse prevention to adults. Click on each one to print.