Child Abuse: How it Happens, How it Looks, & How to Report It
Child abuse is a national epidemic that affects all socioeconomic, ethnic, cultural, religious, and educational backgrounds. By working together as a community, we all can play a part in promoting children’s emotional and social well-being. Learning to recognize the warning signs and reporting any suspected abuse can help to create a positive change in today’s society.
In honor of Child Abuse Prevention Month, we have created an infographic detailing the types and frequency of child abuse, warning signs to watch for, and how to report it. Please feel free to share this infographic with anyone who can benefit from its valuable contents.
For the entire month of April our online course STS: Identifying and Reporting Child Abuse is available for only $10.00 per person. In addition, we are periodically going to send out free information and prevention tips. We encourage everyone to share this email with anyone who works with or around children and could benefit from this valuable online training.
Title: STS: Identifying and Reporting Child Abuse
Description: This course discusses the different types of child abuse, indicators of abuse, key factors of reporting abuse, and actions to take with a child is abuse is suspected or reported.