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Child neglect power point

  1. 1. • Developmental delays• Lack of parental involvement and attentiveness,• Attention seeking• Depression• Lacking trust in others• Unpredictable behaviour• Low self-esteemhttp://www.safekidsbc.ca/neglect.htm
  2. 2. • Children abuse drugs / alcohol• Get involved in criminal incidents• Early sexual activity• May drop out of schoolhttp://www.eschooltoday.com/child-abuse/neglect-child-abuse/signs-of-child-neglect.html
  3. 3. • Having chronic health issues• Unpleasant body odour, lice, open wound or diaper rash• The children do not have vaccination cards or proper immunization• They need glasses for their vision or have cavities and need dental carehttp://www.safekidsbc.ca/neglect.htm
  4. 4. • Dirty skin, body odour, dressed in torn clothes, extra-large clothes or not suitable for the weather• Inappropriate shelter.• Regular fatigue or lethargyhttp://www.safekidsbc.ca/neglect.htm
  5. 5. • Cluttered home environment• Hazardous situation to health and safety of the children• Unhygienic living conditions can cause sickness
  6. 6. • Children are left unsupervised for periods of time.• No caregiver is at home• Children have to look after themselves or the older siblings take over the caregiver role• Lack of shelter, and abandonment• Poor school performance, dropping out of school, and self-abusehttp://www.safekidsbc.ca/neglect.htm
  7. 7. • Children are not enrolled in schools• Frequently absent, late for school• Lack of parent involvement.http://www.safekidsbc.ca/neglect.htm
  8. 8. • Constant hunger• Inadequate nutrition and underweight• Stealing food from others• Pleading food from peer group.http://www.safekidsbc.ca/neglect.htm
  9. 9. • Inability to trust• Anxiety, fear of being left behind• Feeling lonely and isolated• Aggressive behaviour• Low self-esteemhttp://www.ehow.com/info_8621376_bad-childhood-affect-relationships.html
  10. 10. • Decreased brain functioning, leading to drop in academic performance• Unable to concentrate• ore likely to suffer from ADD or ADHD• Higher levels stress• Less likely to gain academic achievementhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Developmental_impact_of_child_neglect_in_early_childhood
  11. 11. • Lack of trust within people including family members• Relationship difficulties: may not know how to parent, if own parent was an abuser• Low self-esteem• Trouble regulating emotions• Chances of turning towards alcohol and drugs to relieve sorrowhttp://www.helpguide.org/mental/child_abuse_physical_emotional_sexual_neglect.htm
  12. 12. • Child can be seen unhappy or show a low amount of facial expression• Child may look weak and unhealthy if suffering from diarrhea and dehydration• Low muscle tone• Might often remain quiet and shy• Can be left with scars from untreated illness or injurieshttps://www.childwelfare.gov/pubs/usermanuals/neglect/chapterthree
  13. 13.  http://www.eschooltoday.com/child-abuse/neglect-child- abuse/what-is-child-neglect.html http://www.utmb.edu/pedi_ed/CORE/Abuse/page_19.ht http://dreamcatchersforabusedchildren.com/abuse/child- neglect/ http://www.safekidsbc.ca/neglect.htm http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Developmental_impact_of_ch ild_neglect_in_early_childhood https://www.childwelfare.gov/pubs/usermanuals/neglect/ chapterthree http://www.helpguide.org/mental/child_abuse_physical_e motional_sexual_neglect.htm http://www.ehow.com/info_8621376_bad-childhood- affect-relationships.html

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