eBook After Abuse: Papers on Caring and Planning for a Child Who Has Been Sexually Abused download
by J et al La Fontaine
Author: J et al La Fontaine
Publisher: British Agencis for Adoption & Fostering (1989)
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Subcategory: Politics and Government
ISBN13:9780903534826. Release Date:January 1989.
15. A young child who has been sexually abused has difficulty putting feelings into words.
When planning the care for a client who is being abused, which of the following measures is most important to include? 1. Being compassionate and empathetic. 2. Teaching the client about abuse and the cycle of violence. There has been noabuse during this time, and she feels better able to cope with the needs of her husband and children. In discussing this decision with the client, the nurse should: 1. Tell the client that this is a bad decision that she will regret in the future. 15. Which of the following should the nurse employ with the child? 1. Engaging in play therapy.
Teachers who sexually abuse believe the stereotype of an abuser as an easily . It is not unusu-al for a teacher to take a student into a storage room attached to the classroom.
Teachers who sexually abuse believe the stereotype of an abuser as an easily identifiable danger to children. In elementary schools, the abuser is often one of the people that students most like and that parents most trust. In my stud-ies, the abusers of children younger than seventh grade have different patterns than those who abuse older children. Most educators do not sexually abuse children.
Child abuse and familyviolence are sociallyand economically costly to society. The social innpact of child abuse is unequivocal; abuse has a negative effect on all family members as well as the development of the child victim. Governments in USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Scandinavia and England budget money each year for dealing with reports of abuse, assessment of abuse victims, operations of the justice system and treatment of the effects of child abuse.
Child abuse has for a long time been recorded in literature, art and science in many parts of the world
Child abuse has for a long time been recorded in literature, art and science in many parts of the world. Reports of infanticide, mutilation, abandon-ment and other forms of violence against children date back to ancient civilizations (1). The historical record is also filled with reports of unkempt, weak and malnourished children cast out by families to fend for themselves and of children who have been sexually abused. It is not uncommon for children who have been sexually abused to exhibit symptoms of infection, genital injury, abdominal pain, constipation, chronic or recurrent urinary tract infections or behavioural problems.
Various theoretical models have been put forward to explain psychological - and other forms of - abuse (see Cunningham 1998, iii).
There is no simple definition of psychological abuse. Various theoretical models have been put forward to explain psychological - and other forms of - abuse (see Cunningham 1998, iii).
The facts of child abuse. Child abuse is almost always preventable Individuals who were abused as children are more likely to repeat the cycle of behavior with their own children. Child abuse is almost always preventable. It requires a level of recognition on the part of parents and caregivers. It also requires work from the adults in a child’s life to overcome the challenges, feelings, or beliefs that lead to these behaviors. But many more children may have been harmed in episodes of abuse or neglect that were never reported. Individuals who were abused as children are more likely to repeat the cycle of behavior with their own children.
Vulnerable children include children whose rights to care and protection are being violated or who are at risk of those rights .
Vulnerable children include children whose rights to care and protection are being violated or who are at risk of those rights being violated. Children who have been orphaned by AIDS and/ or affected by the HIV and AIDS pandemic, children living with sick parents, children living in highly affected communities and children living without adult care are also categorized under vulnerable children. Abashula et al. 249. Table 1. Number of orphans by Woredas and towns.
The family is responsible for an individual's physical and moral . Those parents who choose to adhere to an authoritarian parenting style.
The family is responsible for an individual's physical and moral development and it is in the family that values, norms and ideas are communicated from generation to generation. Being a parent is one of the most challenging tasks in the world. Child-rearing experts disapprove of such way of upbringing and say that it is not beneficial for children who may take advantage of their parents' indulgence and become disobedient, aggressive, irresponsible and egoistic. Those parents who choose to adhere to an authoritarian parenting style are strict and demanding. Some specialists characterize this style as restrictive and punitive.
Child Welfare and the Sexual Abuse to Prison Pipeline: Identifying and Treating Trauma in the Child Welfare .
Child Welfare and the Sexual Abuse to Prison Pipeline: Identifying and Treating Trauma in the Child Welfare System. Dismantling the Pipeline: Policy Recommendations to Improve the Child Welfare System’s Response to Girls. This report exposes the ways in which we criminalize girls - especially girls of color - who have been sexually and physically abused, and it offers policy recommendations to dismantle the abuse to prison pipeline.