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Child Abuse

Child abuse and child neglect can come from a child's parents, guardians, teachers, health providers or other adults who have access to the child.  Child abuse can be either physical, such as hitting, slapping, sexual acts, malnutrition or burning, or it can be psychological, such as sexual contact, confinement, ignoring or bullying.

Child neglect is a form of child abuse resulting from a neglecting the normal and necessary needs of a child.  Child neglect can include not providing needed medical attention or medication, not providing proper nourishment, not allowing for normal child development, not providing a sanitary environment, not providing an adequate education, not providing for normal needs, not providing any special needs the child may have, etc.

Abuse or neglect is not confined just to poor families or single parents. It occurs across all classes of society and can happen in the nicest of homes.  A child who is subjected to abuse is more likely to abuse his or her children as an adult.

Child abuse is a serious crime and, if it is suspected, it should be reported to your State's child services agency immediately.

A child may not express that he or she is being abused to others.  Therefore, it is important to be aware of the symptoms that child abuse is occurring.  The following may be signs of child abuse and should be investigated if they are seen in a child:

  • Excessive or persistent bruising
  • Scars or burns
  • Unexplained injuries
  • Emotional withdrawal
  • Appearance of promiscuity
  • Preoccupation with sex
  • Fear of parents or guardian
  • Violence or aggressiveness
  • Speech problems
  • Extreme shyness
  • Uncleanliness or unkempt
  • Unhealthiness
  • Signs of lice or fleas
  • Stunted emotional growth
  • Lack of energy
  • Extremely thin
  • Appearance of influence of drugs
  • Rarely seen outside of home or school

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Australian Archbishop Guilty Of Covering Up Sex Child Abuse CNN
CNN Australian archbishop guilty of covering up sex child abuse CNN quotThe Catholic Church, like other institutions, has learned a great deal about the tragedy of child sexual abuse and has implanted stronger programs, policies, and procedures to protect children and vulnerable adults,quot ACBC President Archbishop Mark Australian archbishop Philip Wilson guilty of concealing child sex BBC News Australian archbishop convicted of child sex abuse cover upChicago Tribune Australian Archbishop Found Guilty In Cover Up Of Child Sex AbuseNPR ABC Local all 109 news articles raquo

Australian Archbishop To Step Down After Child Sex Abuse Coverup CNN
CNN Australian archbishop to step down after child sex abuse cover up CNN Fletcher died in prison in 2006, a year after being found guilty of eight counts of child abuse and sentenced to 10 years. The Newcastle court ruled on Tuesday that the boys had told Wilson about the abuse and that he had failed to report it as he Australian archbishop guilty of concealing child abuse steps downThe National Australian archbishop found guilty of covering up child sexual abuseNational Catholic Reporter all 70 news articles raquo

CYFD Gets 40000 Calls A Year Of Alleged Child Abuse KOAT Albuquerque
KOAT Albuquerque CYFD gets 40000 calls a year of alleged child abuse KOAT Albuquerque Every year, the Children, Youth and Families Department receives roughly 40,000 calls of alleged child abuse or neglect. Advertisement. Related Content. CYFD cannot take away children in danger. Of those, around 20,000 turn into an investigation. and more raquo

The Parenting Internet Is Up In Arms About A Movie Critics Say Grooms Childre...
Slate Magazine The Parenting Internet Is up in Arms About a Movie Critics Say Grooms Children for Sexual Abuse Slate Magazine So I was skeptical when a blog post alleging that a new children39s movie was grooming kids for abuse started making the rounds on Facebook. I was even more skeptical when the complaint then took off on conservative news websites including Ben Parents are warning that 39Show Dogs39 portrays sexual abuse and is not OK for kidsUSA TODAY Parents and Experts Say Kids Movie 39Grooms Children for Sex Abuse39CBN News all 21 news articles raquo

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