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Jake Family Multi

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  • 1. Multimedia Project Student: Jake Seok Teacher: Brian
  • 2. Child Abuse
    • Physical, psychological, social, emotional or sexual maltreatment of a child whereby the survival, safety, self-esteem, growth and development of the child are endangered.
    • There are four main types of child abuse
    • 1.Neglect
    • 2.Emotional
    • 3.Physical
    • 4.Sexual
  • 3. #1.Neglect
    • Failure to give due attention or care to a child resulting in serous emotional or physical harm.
    • Behavioral Indicators
    • pale, listless
    • frequent absence from school
    • inappropriate clothing for the weather
    • dirty clothes
    • Physical Indicators
    • unattended physical or medical needs
    • consistent lack of supervision
    • underweight, poor growth, failure to thrive
    • constant hunger
  • 4. #2.Emotional
    • Verbal attacks or demeaning actions that impact on a child ’ s self esteem and self worth.
    • Behavioral Indicators
    • depression
    • withdrawal or aggressive behavior
    • overly compliant
    • too neat and clean
    • habit disorders (sucking, biting, rocking, etc.)
    • learning disorders
    • Physical Indicators
    • bed-wetting
    • headaches
    • nausea
    • speech disorders
  • 5. #3.Physical
    • The intentional use of force against a child resulting in injury or causing bodily harm.
    • Behavioral Indicators
    • inconsistent explanation for injuries or cannot remember
    • wary of adults
    • flinch if touched unexpectedly
    • extremely aggressive or extremely withdrawn
    • feels deserving of punishment
    • Physical Indicators
    • injuries not consistent with explanation
    • numerous injuries in varying stages of recovery or healing
    • presence of injuries over an extended period of time
    • facial injuries
  • 6. #4.Sexual
    • Any form of sexual conduct (touching, exploitation, intercourse) directed at a child.
    • Behavioral Indicators
    • sexual knowledge or play inappropriate to age
    • prostitution
    • poor peer relationships
    • delinquent or runaway
    • Physical Indicators
    • unusual or excessive itching in the genital or anal area
    • stained or bloody underwear
    • pregnancy
    • injuries to the vaginal or anal areas
  • 7. Facts about Child Abuse
    • Children rarely lie about abuse. They are more likely to deny abuse and take back truthful statements than to make false reports.
    • Child abuse knows no class boundaries.
    • Child abuse usually reflects patterns of behaviour rather than an isolated incident.
  • 8. If a child discloses abuse …
    • I should … .
    • 1. Believe in the child
    • 2. Listen openly and calmly
    • 3. Reassure the child
    • 4. Write down the facts
    • 5. Report this to police
  • 9. Preventing Child Abuse
    • 1. Support prevention programs
    • 2. Attend parenting skills workshops or programs
    • 3. Act when you see any mistreatment of a child
    • 4. Read children stories that deal with issue
    • 5.Talk to your children about their bodies. Explain to them what is appropriate and inappropriate touching and how to get help if they need it.
  • 10. Thank You for Watching

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