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Preventing Child Abuse

Posted by Sandra On September - 2 - 2010

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With most kids now back to school, it’s important for parents to make sure their children are staying safe. KENS 5’s Stacia Willson caught up with Dr. Nancy Kellogg, Professor and Division Chief of Child Abuse at the University of Texas Health Science Center Department of Pediatrics, to discuss some ways to keep children our of harm’s way.

Q: What are some things to be aware of when it comes to preventing child abuse at the start of a new school year?

A: At home, there is a lot of excitement and changes in schedules, which can produce added stress and fatigue. It is a time to stop and remember to be patient and understanding as everyone gets used to the changes.

Remember that stress and fatigue can lead to short tempers and rash words or actions.

At school, children should pay close attention to the rules, especially about where they can go and when. They should get to know their teachers so they feel comfortable talking to them, and talk to their parents about anything that makes them feel uncomfortable, sad or scared.

READ MORE HERE:

http://www.kens5.com/news/Health-QA-Preventing-child-abuse-starts-with-watching-for-signs-102037798.html










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  1. Urban Safety Solutions Says:

    Parents must be vigilant about protecting their kids from online predators. Intellispy has an inexpensive computer activity tracking software that will show parents everything their child types on keyboard and views on the computer including emails and social media sites.

    Posted on September 3rd, 2010 at 8:11 pm

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