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Child Abuse: It shouldn't hurt to be a kid …

Child Abuse: It shouldn't hurt to be a kid

Nurul Atikah BT Ma'Mun
SMK Kampng Nangka

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  • 1. Child Abuse:
    It Shouldn’t
    Hurt to Be
    A Kid
  • 2. What is Child Abuse?
    You might have a picture in your head about what child abused is. Child abuse happens when an adult mistreats or neglects a child. The person who abuses is misusing their position of trust and authority. This could be a parent, guardian, paid caregiver or sibling. When it happens, it can affect all kinds of kids, no matter where they live, how much money their families have or who they live with.
  • 3. What Form Does Child Abuse Take
    There are four main type of abusing.
    Neglect
    Physical Abuse
    Sexual Abuse
    Emotional Abuse
  • 4. Physical Abuse
    Physical abuse means inflicting physical harm on a child's body. For example:
    shaking,
    hitting,
    beating,
    burning,
    biting a child.
  • 5. Sexual Abuse
    This happens when an adult or adolescent uses a child for sexual purposes. It can also mean exposing them to sexual activity or behaviour. It can include:
    incest
    any forced sexual activity
    exposure to sexual stimulation not appropriate for the child's age.
  • 6. Emotional Abuse
    Emotional abuse includes other acts that can harm a child's sense of worth. It is usually part of a long-term problem.
    It harms a child's self-confidence when an adult insults, rejects or humiliates them often. Other examples of emotional abuse include:
    constantly blaming
    putting down a child
    excessive yelling
    shaming.
  • 7. Neglect
    Neglect means not giving the child what they need to develop. It can hurt the child both emotionally and physically.
    a pattern of failure to provide for the child's physical needs, such as food, clothing, shelter, and medical care; a pattern of failure to provide for the child's emotional needs, such as affection, attention, and supervision.
  • 8. Effects of Abuse
    The victims:
    Believethat they have no value
    Feel angry or depressed
    Believe that their life is useless and hopeless
  • 9. Effect of Child Abuse
    -Academic
    Difficulties
    -Aggressive
    Behavior
    -Bad dreams
    -Fear of
    certain adults
    or places
    -Depression
    -Eating disorders
    -Panic attacks
    -Repeated self-injury
    -Risky sexual behaviors
    -Running away
    -Social withdrawal
    -Sexual dysfunction
    -Sleep disorders
    -Stealing
    -Suicide attempts
    And etc…
  • 10. How to Stop It?
    Help out a parent under stress with a few hours of child care or assistance with other chores.
    Lend an ear to a parent or child in crisis.
    Support programs that offer child care, parent education, family counseling, and child safety.
    Call a Parental Stress program for resources and support.
  • 11. THANK YOU!
    NAME: NURUL ATIKAH BT MA’MUN
    SCHOOL: SMK KAMPNG NANGKA
    CLASS: 2A
    COUNTRY: MALAYSIA