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Nurses’ role in child abuse reporting

Posted by Sandra On May - 24 - 2010

Children need a voice that will be heard. Listen, observe and be that voice. The easiest way to tell if a child has been harmed — emotionally, sexually, physically, medically or educationally — is to listen. If children tell you they’re being hurt or inappropriately touched or if a parent gives you information that leads you to be concerned, take action.

Don’t attempt to solicit additional detailed information by asking the child questions. Your responsibility is to allow the child’s words to be heard by professionals trained to investigate abuse and neglect.

READ MORE HERE:

http://www.indystar.com/article/20100524/CPUB/100524011/-1/entertainment/Your-World-Nurses-role-in-reporting-child-abuse

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  1. Finding an Attorney You Can Trust » Blog Archive » DSS does not meet requirements Says:

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    Posted on May 26th, 2010 at 12:31 pm

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