Prevention Strategies for Childhood Emotional Abuse• Prevention strategies should be targeted at three groups who s...
1. Strategies targeted at parents and family• Parents and other primary caregivers spend the most time with their childre...
Building Positive Parenting Skills• Decrease behaviors associated with child emotional abuse• Enhance parent-child relati...
Organize parent support groups• Provide share others experiences in a supportive group setting.• Share information and re...
Encourage parent participating in child activities• Can detect and prevent any situation that may ca...
2. Strategies targeted at society• Create public awareness• Promote inclusion http://perfectlyawfulusa....
Create public awareness• Public awareness campaign and education help to prevent abuse.• Public will understand about –...
Promote inclusion• A child who exhibits challenging behaviors may be more likely to experience Childhood emotional Abuse ...
3. Strategies targeted at Children• Share information about abuse with Children• Teach children to identify abuse, respond...
4. Strategies targeted at Early Child Care• Early childhood can help to minimize the Potential abuse by – working to su...
References• https://www.childwelfare.gov/pubs/prevenres/focus/focus.pdf• https://www.childwelfare.gov/preventing/commu...
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Prevention strategies

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  • 1. Prevention Strategies for Childhood Emotional Abuse• Prevention strategies should be targeted at three groups who share the problem: 1. Parents and families 2. Society 3. Children 4. Early Child Care / http://www.socialmoms.com/parenting-2/raising-kids/child-abuse-prevention-month
  • 2. 1. Strategies targeted at parents and family• Parents and other primary caregivers spend the most time with their children.• Prevention programs focusing services to parents and family. – Building Positive Parenting Skills – Organize parent support groups – Encourage parent participating in child activities http://img.ehowcdn.com/article-new/ehow/images/a08/9v/bn/longterm-child-abuse- protection-plan-800x800.jpg
  • 3. Building Positive Parenting Skills• Decrease behaviors associated with child emotional abuse• Enhance parent-child relationship• Improve communication between parent and children• Understand how to respond to children’s physical and emotional needs http://img.ehowcdn.com/article-new/ehow/images/a07/hu/nu/effective-parenting-skills- abusive-mothers-800x800.jpg
  • 4. Organize parent support groups• Provide share others experiences in a supportive group setting.• Share information and resources• Provide informal mutual support• Opportunity to discuss parenting challenges http://img.ehowcdn.com/article-new/ehow/images/a07/k5/f0/parent-support-groups- schools-800x800.jpg
  • 5. Encourage parent participating in child activities• Can detect and prevent any situation that may cause emotional abuse.• Should inquire about abuse policies of the outside organizations such as clubs or sport teams• Should speak out if they notice something abusive• Should make complain to relevant authorities.http://community.suntimes.com/lagrange/2013/02/19/pdlgs-family-fun-night-provides-an-affordable-evening-of-activities-for-parents-and-children /
  • 6. 2. Strategies targeted at society• Create public awareness• Promote inclusion http://perfectlyawfulusa.blogspot.ca/2012/04/z- emotional-abuse-but-it-was-only-words.htm
  • 7. Create public awareness• Public awareness campaign and education help to prevent abuse.• Public will understand about – child emotional abuse – it’s consequences on child http://thestar.com.my/metro/story.asp?file=/20 11/2/28/north/8149254&sec=north development. – different type of childhood emotional abuse – and severity of child emotional abuse.• Awareness help to take precautions to prevent any type of abuse.
  • 8. Promote inclusion• A child who exhibits challenging behaviors may be more likely to experience Childhood emotional Abuse http://wiebea.project.dyc.edu/ l
  • 9. 3. Strategies targeted at Children• Share information about abuse with Children• Teach children to identify abuse, respond to it and tell some one responsible.• Enhance children’s communication http://cr-triangle.org/clinical_services.php
  • 10. 4. Strategies targeted at Early Child Care• Early childhood can help to minimize the Potential abuse by – working to support families – providing referrals to appropriate helping services as needed• Child care centers should – Have a policy for Childhood emotional Abuse – Provide training for all staff – Complete screening of employees – Employee adequate staff http://www.calgaryandareacfsa.gov.ab.ca/home/ 513.cfm
  • 11. References• https://www.childwelfare.gov/pubs/prevenres/focus/focus.pdf• https://www.childwelfare.gov/preventing/communities/building.cfm• http://www.naeyc.org/files/naeyc/file/positions/PSCHAB98.PDF• http://www.americanhumane.org/children/stop-child-abuse/fact- sheets/emotional-abuse.html• http://www.familytreemd.org/files/377_emotional_abuse.pdf• http://member.preventchildabuse.org/site/DocServer/emotional_child_abuse .pdf• http://www.dailyworldfacts.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/facts-about- child-abuse-child-abuse.bmp

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