There is definitely a big difference between punishment while disciplining and physical abuse. (Saisan) How can physical abuse be prevented? Why do these caregivers do this to children? It is a major epidemic and needs to be prevented. In order to save children from being physically abused everyone needs to step up to motivate the world to prevent physical child abuse.
By raising awareness to child abuse we get the word out there about how awful of a topic this is. By being a voice (legal system, friend, social worker, parent) we make sure that kids are not suffering anymore, and help children speak up when they cant. By caring we as a society need to keep coming up with different ideas that could help end child abuse, and not letting the number raise up anymore. And lastly by doing our job, if the social worker would of put Agnes back in care with her mother who knows what would have happened. We need to make sure that the child’s best interest is really being thought about, and making sure that their needs are being met first before we can even worry about what could be easier for us and our job.
We must do the best that we can as a society with the power of laws on our side to help the innocent young victims of child abuse. We have a responsibility as human beings to do all that we can for these children. Some of us fulfill this responsibility by promoting awareness, some by donating time, money, or services, some by getting laws passed, and some by enforcing laws that protect children from all kinds of abuse. The purpose of this study was to research child abuse from all angles to try to understand what we as a society may be doing wrong & also what we may be doing right to help the young victims of child abuse. To look at all types of studies & compare them & try to break them down to better understand them.
Child bullying and youth suicide is on the rise; however, providing children and parents with resources to identify such incidents will not only help curb this troubling trend but would teach victims how to cope. As a unified body, tragic endings could be minimized by understanding and educating our youth on child bullying and its dangers.
Given what we’ve learned about crime prevention in recent years, four priorities seem especially critical: preventing child abuse and neglect, enhancing children’s intellectual and social development, providing support and guidance to vulnerable adolescents and working intensively with juvenile offenders. These aren’t the preventive strategies that can make a difference, but they are the ones that offer the strongest evidence of effectiveness. And they also fit our growing understanding of the roots delinquency and violent crime. The first priority is to invest serious resources in the prevention of child abuse and neglect. The evidence is compelling that this is where much of the violent crime that plagues us begins, especially the kinds of violence we fear the most.
With the use of our programs we can all join together and create a safe bully free world for everyone. Louies Prevention Program People get bullied every day and we need to find a way to stop it or at least reduce the bullying not just in USA but around the whole world. For example, even using other countries or states to stop bullying and find a way to use them into our strategy as well. We need to have a prevention program for kids at a young age so they know bullying is wrong. Make the bullying prevention program a class that is required for school.
What if it’s the child that is the center of attention, the one who everyone loves. The family may look perfect on the outside but once you go behind closed doors the secrets loosen and everything changes. Child abuse is a heinous crime and no child should ever experience the pain and abuse that follows. I want to be able to understand and know when to detect when a child is getting abused, also I want to be the voice for children who don’t have their own voice to speak for whatever reasons like selective mutism which is when
Preventive step should be followed by everyone. Inadequate knowledge of legislation and unaware of child abuse exaggerate the crime. Therefore, early education should be provided about child abuse. Education enlightens from the prevention of child abuse. The early education in school teaching about general knowledge of CA and the reporting process to the concerned department seems most effective way to prevent from it.
By taking steps to build awareness of domestic abuse and establish more domestic abuse aid programs with heightened exposure in society, the cyclical tendency of domestic abuse prevalence can be diminished. Direct victims of assault can seek refuge from abusive relationships, and children who have witnessed domestic violence can receive help in order to deplete any future harmful effects that domestic abuse can inflict on in children. All in all, domestic abuse is a tragic social problem in and of itself that needs to be solved, but the additional hardships it places on children who witness such abuse needs to be addressed and fixed, as well.
Child abuse is a problem that affects the well-being of children, and it is something that can be avoided with the proper detection and implementation of interventions (Sanders Jordan & Hatfield Steelman, 2015). Harris discussed bruises and disclosed that detected abuse is relevant to a nurse working with families because they can assess for signs such as suspicious bruising, areas in which this occur include the back, genitals, abdomen, cheeks, and neck (2015). The abuse they experience can result in them obtaining the most mental health problem, compared to other children who do not encounter abuse (Ben-David, 2016). Caneira, & Myrick discussed in their journal that child abuse is important to detect as soon as possible because it can go on to affect them later in life, this is the case with pregnant women who experience post traumatic stress disorder from childhood abuse and end up resulting in adverse perinatal outcomes due to bad self care behaviours (2015). Using screening techniques will reduce the amount of children who experience abuse and go unrecognized.