Janis Rafael


Janis Rafael is a University of Maryland graduate and has a Bachelor of Science degree in special education. She has done extensive research on safety and has developed a comprehensive program to help children have a better understanding of the nature of risk and what it means to be careful. From her research she has discovered there is a gap in knowledge between the ages of 6 and 12 years old. Children are taught to use their helmets and call 911 in an emergency but have very little training on how to identify serious risks in their environment, or what they can do to avoid them. Her program is aimed at filling that gap by taking a proactive approach which helps children understand the root causes of accidents. This program also emphasizes assertiveness training to encourage children to become independent thinkers. Her goal is to help children distinguish between risks that are worth taking and those that have the potential for tragedy. She believes that the more information we share with our youth, the safer our society will be since they will be basing their decisions on genuine understanding. Based on her observations, it isn't knowledge of potential dangers that can harm our youth, it is the lack of it. We cannot afford leaving to chance crucial safety information that our children must have in order to make informed choices. The price may be far too high.

Discussions on ethics and the moral imperative are an integral part of her program. She believes this is a necessary ingredient which has been missing in many safety programs today. Without these discussions children will continue to put emphasis on the legality, not the morality, of their behavior. They may have difficulty understanding the moral obligation to be as careful as possible in situations where their actions have a direct impact on others. Unfortunately, young people often think only in terms of whether there is a risk to themselves. In her program she hopes to address this issue as well as the many factors that often lead children down a negative path of irresponsibility.

Janis Rafael is also the co-author of the nonfiction book, This Is An Urgent Message To A Visitor Of Your Planet. The visitor reveals a scientific discovery based on the knowledge that lies locked behind the door of determinism. This knowledge provides a new understanding of man's nature which has never been understood before, and has the potential to eliminate many of the ills plaguing our planet.

Mrs. Rafael has four children and eleven grandchildren. She resides in Baltimore, Maryland.

Where to find Janis Rafael online


Decline and Fall of All Evil --- The Most Important Discovery of Our Times
Price: $10.00 USD. Words: 245,640. Language: English. Published: January 7, 2019. Categories: Nonfiction » Philosophy » Free will & determinism, Nonfiction » Philosophy » Good & evil
Many theories as to how world peace could be achieved have been proposed, yet war has once again taken its deadly toll in the 21st century. The dream of peace has remained an unattainable goal — until now. The following pages reveal a scientific discovery regarding a psychological law of man’s nature never before understood.
Playing It Safe With Mr. See-More Safety
Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 12,260. Language: English. Published: October 16, 2018. Categories: Nonfiction » Children's Books » Health & Daily Living / Safety
Playing It Safe With Mr. See-More Safety™ — Let’s Rap and Rhyme — is the first of a series dedicated to teaching children how to be safety conscious as they leave their parents’ protective arms and begin taking their first steps toward independence. Helping children to become "Safe Smart Kids" is Mr. See-More Safety's mission.
This Is An Urgent Message From A Visitor To Your Planet
Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 19,000. Language: English. Published: October 16, 2018. Categories: Nonfiction » Philosophy » Free will & determinism, Nonfiction » Psychology » Interpersonal relations
Our VISITOR reveals the reason their GREAT TRANSITION was delayed 500 years, and a similar thing could happen here. If you will bear in mind how many times in the course of history has the IMPOSSIBLE (that which appeared to be) been made possible by a scientific BREAKTHROUGH, you will refrain from jumping to a premature conclusion, give this VISITOR the benefit of the doubt, and heed his words.