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Understanding Emotional Abuse

6. December, 2011Undertanding Emotional AbuseComments Off on Understanding Emotional Abuse

EMOTIONAL ABUSE Emotional abuse is a pattern of behavior that attacks a child’s emotional development and sense of self-worth. Emotional…

Recognizing Neglect

6. December, 2011Recognizing Child NeglectComments Off on Recognizing Neglect

NEGLECT “Neglected Child” means a child less than 18 years of age whose physical, mental or emotional condition has been…

Recognizing Physical Abuse

6. December, 2011Recognizing Physical AbuseComments Off on Recognizing Physical Abuse

PHYSICAL ABUSE Nonaccidental physical injury may include severe beatings, burns, biting, strangulation and scalding with resulting bruises, welts, broken bones,…

Parenting & Technology

26. November, 2011Internet & Social Media Articles, Safety on the InternetComments Off on Parenting & Technology

Technology and social media are expanding faster than our ability to keep up and our toddlers are often more proficient…

Understanding Bullying

26. November, 2011Preventing Bullying, slideshow imagesComments Off on Understanding Bullying

Parents are naturally concerned that their children will be targeted by bullies.  They wonder if their kids will tell them if there is a…

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Children with Special Needs and Bullying Concerns

Understanding the impact of bullying on children with special needs is critical for families to

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Finland has a proven way to combat bullying. So do we! Here’s how.

“The program is called KiVa — short for ‘kiusaamista vastaan,’ which means ‘against bullying.’ The Finnish government

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Now Available in Mandarin: Safe Child & Take A Stand

儿童安全课 让儿童学会保护自己,就是在保护我们的未来    Now available in Mandarin: The Safe Child Program Prevention of Child

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Cyber-bullying & Impact of Bullying on Substance Abuse

Link to – Cyber Bullying: The Definitive Guide for Educators, Parents, and Family Members This

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Why Do We Judge Parents For Putting Kids At Perceived — But Unreal — Risk?

Tania Lombrozo asks some important and provocative questions as she reports on new research that gets

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Author Dr. Sherryll Kraizer has a Ph.D. in education with a specialization in youth at risk.