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React Responsibly to Protect Children from Sexual Abuse Disclosure, discovery, and suspicions of sexual abuse provide opportunities to intervene on behalf of a child. “My 11-year-old daughter said her step-father sneaks into her room at night. Then she said she … Continue reading
Recognize the Signs That Sexual Abuse is Occurring Don’t expect obvious signs when a child is being sexually abused. Signs are often there, but you have to know what to look for. “Is my son’s withdrawal due to preteen angst … Continue reading
from Darkness to Light Talk Openly With Children To Prevent Child Sexual Abuse Children often keep abuse a secret, but barriers can be broken down by talking openly about our bodies, sex, and boundaries. “My daughter tells me everything. I … Continue reading
from Darkness to Light… Minimize Opportunity for Child Sexual Abuse If you eliminate or reduce isolated, one-on-one situations between children and adults, and children and other youth, you’ll dramatically reduce the risk of sexual abuse. More than 80% of sexual … Continue reading
from Darkness to Light… Learn the Facts and Understand the Risks Realities, Not Trust, Should Influence Your Decisions Regarding Children “We live in a beautiful, safe neighborhood. None of these children could be victims of sexual abuse, right?” It is highly … Continue reading
Any sexual act between an adult and a minor or between two minors when one exerts power over the other. Forcing, coercing or persuading a child to engage in any type of sexual act. This, of course, includes sexual contact. … Continue reading
What would you do if a child disclosed abuse to you? Click here to find out what you should and shouldn’t do.
and find educational include: *Children’s Television Workshop: ctw.org; cybekids.com; netsmartz.org; family.com; kidlink.com; kidscom.com; webwisekids.com; dosomething.org; mightymedia.com; preventviolence.org; Youth as Resource: yar.org; For Parents: babycenter.com; parenttime.com; parentsoup.com; kidshealth.org; parentpartners.com