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How to Recognize Child Abuse

Posted by Sandra On June - 12 - 2013

The Warning Signs of Child Abuse

AbuseGirl_crop380wStatistics show that in the last year approximately 1 in 10 children have experienced some form of maltreatment.* Teachers and school staff are have a unique ability to monitor children’s health and well-being on a daily basis. Sudden changes in mood, behavior, or health may only be apparent to those closest to the child. Many abused or neglected children are too young to articulate what has happened to them, or to understand right from wrong. Even teenagers may not understand that it is illegal to be sexual with adults or beaten by a parent. When the abuser is a loved one, the dynamic may cause a great deal of psychological conflict for the victim and lead them to hide the abuse. Many signs of abuse are therefore subtle, and will take a trained eye to catch. Here is what to lookout for among your students. READ MORE HERE

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Child Abuse & Neglect – Part 1: What are the warning signs & indicators

Child Abuse & Neglect – Part 2: What are the warning signs & indicators










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