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Recognizing child abuse

Posted by Sandra On May - 8 - 2010
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Signs of physical abuse include visible marks of maltreatment, such as cuts, bruises, welts, or well-defined burns, and reluctance to go home. Also, the agency notes, “If you ask a child about how he or she got hurt and the child talks vaguely or evasively about falling off a fence or spilling a hot dish, think hard before you accept the child’s story at face value.”

People should also be alert to signs of sexual abuse such as inappropriate interest in or knowledge of sexual acts, seductive behavior, a reluctance or refusal to undress in front of others and fear of a particular person or family member.

READ MORE HERE:

http://blog.oregonlive.com/themombeat/2010/05/recognizing_child_abuse_and_kn.html










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