What are the preventive measures to child abuse?
help victims of chikld abuse- typically those who have been aboused will abuse in the future when they are adults- think
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Answer . \nThe child should go to a trusted person--a family member, a friend, a teacher or counselor--and let them know what is going on, who abusing them, how long it ha…s been going on.\n. \nIf possible (and I know it's difficult) the child should avoid their abuser as much as humanely possible. If someone is abusing you, the fault fully lies with them, but unfortunately it takes time and red tape to not only have the abuse reported, but to have the abuse officially investigated and the abuser hopefully prosecuted. \n. \nIf it's a parent or other family member living in the home, the child should try to spend more time in their room, away from that individual and to not engage or be drawn into arguments with them. If the abuser threatens to harm you or abuse you, call the police or flee the residence and ask a neighbor to call the police for you. Please take care of yourself.. Answer . Confide in aunts, uncles, grandparents, and even neighbors or friends. Depends on who doing the abuse. The more people that know something is going on, the faster it stops. Warn the abuser that the abusive practice is common knowledge with people who won't support him (her). Be ready to tell authorities everything when they get involved. You must be ready to end it.
Answer . Only qualified professionals can lead the teen and parents in the right direction. By being physically abused there are a lot of issues the teen has that must be… faced and dealt with so they will become healthy and motivated adults in society.
Answer . The Best Way to Prevent child abuse is To teach your kids about the Importance of staying away from strangers, and to protect them from harm. My child has been abu…sed, And you get a feeling, you can tell, that somthings strange or off. Don't ignore that feeling.
Education! Education! Education! I think parents and society as a whole should be educated on abuse, to learn and explore from a victims point of view and explore what drives …perpertrators. There is lots of parent information on the NSPCC website or CHILDLINE 0800 1111, you don't need to be a child to phone child line, you can be any age if you are concerned about any issue to do with abuse. Hope this is helpful.
to prevent abuse you can talk with each other if 1 rfuses and the other one refuses they can solve it by having it both thier ways. first they do it his\her way then they do t…he other persons way by;maatla mmutle age:8 gaborone botswana gss(gaborone secondary school) ask for mma mmutle if not ask for freda
if your going to beat him, get ready to eat him. because he will tell the police
Keep kids away from creepy clergymen and other suspect but ( Nice Guy) adults. There are no sure-fire solutions, but only prudent judgement.
You have to try and not scream at them, but if you do they will get annoyinger. Threaten them like this "Stop it now or you can sleep outside tonight and have nothing to eat!"… I hope I have helped!
That's a GREAT question! Let's figure this out: 1999- There was a reported 3,000,244,000 calls of alleged maltreatment reported to CPS agencies From 1987-1997 the calls …increased 45% (could have something to do with the anonymous number given to anyone who has a bone to pick with a parent) 62% of these reports were considered "neglect" which could include anything from unwashed dishes in the sink to refusal of a parent to give their kid a snack just before dinner. National statistics show that a child is 3 times more likely to be abused, neglected or die in foster care than in parental care. Most children removed are under the age of 5 Approximately 96% of all cases are Unfounded and Unsubstantiated, meaning a social worker visited the home and could not find any reason to continue the case. The agency is so corrupt, Senator Nancy Shaefer of Georgia, spoke to Congress about the gross misconduct around October, 2008. She was promptly voted out by December of the same year. In my opinion, it costs Billions to run the agency and the damage it does to families and children...... is priceless.
To serious abuse report them to the police, do not abuse them back it will get you nowhere. If you feel regret talk to a counselor
i think the single most important thing to help stop child labor is first and foremost: 1.)the government should make it illegal and punish the parents who send children to …work and employers should be punished too. 2.)the government should alleviate poverty. when people or parents are not that poor they won't let their children work just to make ends meet. 3.)the government should make education more accessible or if possible free to the poorest of the poor. when people are educated they will value it.
To make sure your kid understands motto talk to strangers and to beware of not traveling alone if he can like a buddy or friend, I mean you could follow him around and watch h…im, but that unrealistic all you can do us make sure he knows how to be safe and is doing so. If you chid abuse like fighting, you could home school or private school but honesty fights are gonna happen. Hope this helps sincerely Ryan Beattie Kitchener/Ontario
In Medication and Drugs
Avoid taking any prescribed medication unnecessarily and never take illegal drugs in any quantity.
In Child Abuse
What does the Federal Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act require health care providers to do if they suspect child abuse?
document the childs injuries in the medical record so furtherincidents can be evaluated
In Child Abuse
There are many ways one person can help prevent child abuse. One way is by setting a good example. Another way is to speak up if you see a parent, or guardian, going over bo…ard in public. Reach out and offer to babysit for someone that needs a break. Be a mentor to pregnant young adults.
In Books and Literature
Some of the books that are helpful in preventing child abuse are "Understanding Child Abuse & Neglect", "Child Abuse: Implications for Child Development and Psychopathology (D…evelopment Clinical Psychology and Psychiatry)", and "Child Abuse and Culture: Working with Diverse Families".