When Children Are Abused An Educator's Guide to Intervention

ISBN-10: 0205319629
ISBN-13: 9780205319626
Edition: 2002
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Book details

List price: $66.80
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon, Incorporated
Publication date: 7/24/2001
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 180
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.748
Language: English

Preface
Recognizing When Children Are Being Abused or Neglected
Why Are Educators So Important in the Lives of Abused and Neglected Children?
Why Should Educators Be Involved in Reporting Abuse and Neglect?
What If We Do Not Intervene?
How Can We Recognize Child Abuse and Neglect?
What Is Neglect?
What Is Physical Abuse?
What Is Emotional Abuse?
What Is Sexual Abuse and Exploitation?
Behavior as a Clue to Abuse
Understanding Ourselves
What Factors Put Children at Risk for Abuse and Neglect?
Children and Attachment
Substance Abuse in the Home
Children Who Witness Domestic Violence
Special Needs as a Risk Factor for Abuse
The Impact of Abuse on Children and Multiple Victimization
How Has the Internet Put Children at Risk for Abuse?
The Lure of the Internet
Exposure to Pornography
Solicitation Via the Internet
Who Abuses Children Through the Internet?
Why Do Such Perpetrators Have Access to Children?
Protecting Children From Sexual Abuse Through the Internet
Precautions for Children and Educators
Reporting and Other Resources
Research and Legislation
Why Do People Abuse and Neglect Children?
Neglectful Parents
Physically Abusive Parents
Emotionally Abusive Parents
Sexual Abusers
Parents of Sexually Abused Children
Abusers Outside the Home
When Children Sexually Abuse
What About Abuse by Another Educator?
Is It Abuse or Neglect or Not?
Discipline versus Abuse
Culture and Child Abuse
Some Tips Related to Validation and Reporting
Documentation
Consulting with Other Professionals
Analyzing Data
Alternative Steps
Why Educators May Not Report
How Can We Intervene?
How Can Our School Be Proactive?
Having a Reporting Protocol
The Advantages of a Child Protection Team
The Formation of the Child Protection Team
The Importance of Training
How Do I Communicate with the Abused/Neglected Child and the Family?
Talking with an Abused or Neglected Child
Talking with the Parents of an Abused or Neglected Child
The Importance of Confidentiality
How Do I Make a Report?
Making a Report without a Child Protection Team
Making a Report Through a Child Protection Team
Tips for Child Protection Team Members
What Happens Once the Report Has Been Made?
Does the Case Warrant Further Investigation?
Is it Safe for the Child to Remain in the Home?
Will the Family Accept Help Willingly?
Exactly What Type of Treatment Does the Family Need?
Who Will Be Involved in the Treatment of the Family?
How Long Will the Treatment Take?
At What Point Does the Family No Longer Need Services?
What Happens to the Child While the Family is Being Investigated and Later Treated?
What Involvement Does the Educator Have in the Investigation and Treatment?
What If the Case Becomes Involved with Court?
What About the Long-Range Picture?
Helping the Child Individually
Helping the Maltreated Child in the Classroom
Enhancing Self-Esteem and Feelings of Worth
A Question of Touch
Violence Prevention and Mediation
Helping Classmates Understand the Abused and Neglected Child
Stimulating Other Reports
Helping the Foster Child in the Classroom
"No One Said It Would Be Easy!"
How Can We Prevent Child Abuse and Neglect?
A Brief Look at Abuse Prevention Efforts
Abuse Prevention Today
Life Skills Training
Preparation for Parenthood
Self-Protection Training
Educational Services for the Community
Help for At-Risk Families
Implementing a Successful Prevention Program
Finding Prevention Materials
References
Appendix
Suggested Reading
General
Abuse by Trusted Professionals
Books to Use with Children
Mandatory Reporters of Child Abuse and Neglect
State Toll-free Reporting Numbers
How to Start a Child Abuse Prevention Program in Your Community
Federal Funding Resources for Prevention Activities
Children with Disabilities Resource Listing

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