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Child Abuse


Child Abuse



CHILD ABUSE: INTRODUCTION AND NEGLECT

Child abuse has been described as a silent epidemic, which strikes infants, youngsters, and teens without prejudice. These victims come from all socioeconomic groups, races, and religions. This program will discuss the broad concepts of child abuse, including its prevalence in the United States and the characteristics of families and children who are at risk for its occurrence. It will also focus on the most common form of abuse, neglect.

After completing this course, you should be able to:
  • Define child abuse
  • List four types of child abuse
  • Identify four characteristics typical of child abusers
  • Define neglect
  • List five categories of neglect
  • Describe signs of neglect in children at various ages

    DVD / 2015 / 18 minutes

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    CHILD ABUSE: PHYSICAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL ABUSE

    Child abuse has been described as a silent epidemic, which strikes infants, youngsters, and teens without prejudice. These victims come from all socioeconomic groups, races, and religions. This program will focus on two types of maltreatment: physical and psychological abuse.

    After completing this course, you should be able to:
  • Define physical and psychological abuse.
  • List characteristics of children at risk for physical abuse.
  • Describe characteristics of parents who are physically and/or psychologically abusive.
  • Identify signs of physical abuse and how they can occur in different areas of the body.
  • Identify behaviors in both children and caretakers that indicate that abuse may have taken place.
  • List seven signs in the child that may indicate psychological abuse has or is occurring.

    DVD / 2015 / 18 minutes

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    CHILD ABUSE: SEXUAL ABUSE

    Healthcare professionals have to deal with all types of patients and situations that are difficult. Yet one of the most disturbing things they have to encounter is the abuse of an innocent child. This is especially challenging when they have to interview the parent or caregiver they believe is responsible for the maltreatment. This program provides an overview of the issue of child abuse in the United States as well as detailed information on identifying various types and signs of sexual abuse, the responsibilities healthcare providers have when caring for victims, and the reporting of maltreatment.

    After completing this course, you should be able to:
  • Describe the characteristics of perpetrators and victims of sexual abuse.
  • Describe types of sexual abuse and the phases of sexual abuse.
  • Identify the signs of sexual abuse.
  • Describe professional responsibilities relating to sexual abuse.
  • Describe the duty and responsibilities of professionals in reporting abuse.

    DVD / 2015 / 19 minutes

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    MANDATORY REPORTING OF CHILD ABUSE

    This program aims to support teachers' current understanding of mandatory reporting of child abuse in schools across Australia. It focuses on the legal aspects of mandatory reporting, including variations from state to state, and describes the process by which a teacher can form a belief that a student is being abused.

    Additionally it provides clear definitions of what constitutes child abuse and explores the different possible physical and/or behavioural manifestations of the impact of child abuse on children. This program provides information to teachers about the process of making a notification to a relevant child protection authority and discusses how the notification might be handled from that point.

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    DVD / 2005 / (Lower Primary - Professional) / 28 minutes

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    INVISIBLE CHILD ABUSE

    With Robert Firestone, PhD

    This film is a highly valuable resource for mental health professionals, abuse survivors and their loved ones.

    Emotional child abuse is frequently overlooked in our focus on physical and sexual abuse, often invisible to those both outside and inside the family. However, the damage that emotional child abuse can inflict has severe impact later in life on a person's self-esteem, relationships, and career. In this film, actual group participants discuss how despite their successes they continue to treat themselves the way they were treated as children, and continually struggle with the ghosts of their childhood. In powerful footage, men and women discuss painful incidences, and uncover the legacy of emotional child abuse that often spans multiple generations. Featured therapist Dr. Robert Firestone works with these group participants to give them voice to the abuse they experienced, as well as to the child that couldn't then fight back.

    From watching this program, you'll learn:

  • How childhood emotional abuse is kept hidden, how it can have a damaging impact later in life, and how its legacy can span many generations.
  • What emotional child abuse looks like from many different perspectives and experiences.
  • How to give voice to childhood emotional abuse, and increase one's compassion in order to move beyond it.

    DVD / 1994 / 55 minutes

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    CHILD ABUSE: PREVENTION, DETECTION, AND MANAGEMENT

    Presents the vital role of the nurse in the prevention and mitigation of child abuse and neglect. Viewers will learn how to identify parents and children at high risk for child abuse and neglect. Documentation and reporting of suspected child abuse cases are discussed, including supportive services available to parents.

    DVD / 1989 / 30 minutes

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    CHILD ABUSE - MISSING CHILDREN

    Composite case of an abused child details entering the home, psychological responses and procedural techniques. Includes an interview with "Adam's" father John Walsh, former President Reagan's advisor on missing children. Useful as a presentation to community groups, educating them about what to expect. For Law Enforcement Training.

    DVD / 34 minutes

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    CHILD ABUSE & NEGLECT: HIDDEN HURT

    Interviews with nurses, police officers, victims of child abuse and troubled parents show how psychological and social factors can make even loving parents abusive. Viewers learn key signals of abuse or neglect and how to reach out to school and community figures for help.

    DVD / 46 minutes

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    CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT PREVENTION FOR CAREGIVERS

    Home daycare providers, daycare centers, home visitors, teachers and other caregivers are with children at times, more than their parents. But do they know when a child is subjected to abuse? What can they do? Child Abuse and Neglect for Caregivers is a prevention and reporting guide designed to answer these questions in the interest of the child. This program contains new applicable information and it is easy to follow. Viewers learn about
  • Abuse and Neglect Definitions
  • Examples of Abuse
  • What is suspicion?
  • Mandated Reporting
  • Guaranteed Confidentiality Laws
  • Being there for the child and more

    Review
  • "...tremendously clear, concise and comprehensive training tools for both professionals and parents who need current information on the subject (of Child Abuse & Neglect)." --Mary M. Emmons, Chief Executive Officer, Children's Institute International, Los Angeles, CA.

    DVD / 24 minutes

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    CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT PREVENTION FOR PARENTS DOUBLE CLICK ON ABOVE IMAGE TO VIEW FULL PICTURE ZOOM OUT ZOOM IN CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT PREVENTION FOR PARENTS

    Give parents the tools they need to stop child abuse and neglect. In a modern, to-the-point way, young parents learn to deal with this devastating, yet prevalent problem, in the interest of the child.
  • What if I think I am being abusive to my child?
  • Could it be that someone else is abusing my child?
  • What do I do if I suspect my child is being abused?
  • Where do I get help?

    Review
  • "...tremendously clear, concise and comprehensive training tools for both professionals and parents who need current information on the subject (of Child Abuse & Neglect)." --Mary M. Emmons, Chief Executive Officer, Children's Institute International, Los Angeles, CA.

    DVD / 18 minutes

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    CHILD ABUSE PREVENTION: CRIMES AGAINST THE INNOCENT

    Using pantomime, music and rhyme, this program demonstrates that people are alike even though they may look different
  • Through dramatized vignettes, children will learn how to protect themselves from strangers and others who violate their well-being
  • Defines good and bad touching
  • Focuses on the problem of adults' misdirected behavior
  • Children will learn where they can find help from dangerous situations and more

    DVD / (Grades K-4)

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    INVESTIGATING CHILD ABUSE

    Dr. Libby Ralston offers valuable techniques for police to use when interviewing sexually abused children. It illustrates the actions and fears of these children and how to respond to them. For Law Enforcement Training.

    DVD / 28 minutes

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    RECOGNIZING CHILD ABUSE: NEGLECT AND EMOTIONAL ABUSE

    This program focuses specifically on the neglect and emotional abuse of children. We provide you with an overview of this subject and discuss the topics of neglectful caretakers, physical neglect, emotional negelct and emotional abuse. Covered in detail are the physical signs of the neglect that caregivers must be aware of. Also explored in this program are suggestive behaviors in vicitms of neglect and emotional abuse along with various behaviors to look for in a suspicious caretaker. Finally, this program addresses the important obligation and logistics of reporting neglect and emotional abuse when working in health and social services.

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    RECOGNIZING CHILD ABUSE: PHYSICAL ABUSE

    This program covers various aspects surrounding the physical abuse of children, including risk factors and how to recognize actual physical signs of abuse. This program also covers suggestive behaviors to be aware in both victims and perpetrators. Discussed are signs to be aware of with a suspicious caretaker during assessments. Finally, this program addresses the important obligation and logistics of reporting child abuse when working in health and social services.

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    RECOGNIZING CHILD ABUSE: SEXUAL ABUSE

    This program focuses on the various aspects of sexual abuse. Included are an overview and definition of sexual abuse, and the many ways that sexual abuse occurs, including incest, molestation, exhibitionism, child pornography and child prostitution. We also discuss the specific methods that abusers utilize with their victims, including grooming and ways of pressuring children into sexual activity. Examples are given of actual physical signs of sexual abuse, with ways of identifying suggestive behaviors in both victims and their suspicious caretakers. Finally, this program addresses the important obligation and logistics of reporting sexual abuse when working in health and social services.

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    REPORTING CHILD ABUSE: A PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY

    This program presents a brief history of the development of legislation for the protection of children and outlines child abuse reporting laws. A mandated reporter is defined as anyone whose profession brings them into contact with children.

    Any known or suspected abuse must be reported by telephone and followed-up with a written report within 36 hours to the child protective agency.

    Different types of child abuse are defined:

    1) physical abuse (intentional assault),
    2) neglect,
    3) sexual abuse, and
    4) emotional abuse.


    Viewers will learn what should be reported, what procedures to follow in reporting suspected child abuse, and what happens following the report. This program was produced in association with Santa Clara County Child Protective Services and professional social workers with many years of experience. The program is a resource for child care providers, teachers, social workers, law enforcement officers and anyone in the health care field


    DVD / 28 minutes

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