Child sexual abuse guidelines for community workers
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Child sexual abuse guidelines for community workers report of the federal working group. by Canada. Health Services Directorate.

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Published by Health Services Directorate in Ottawa, Ont .
Written in English


  • Sexually abused children -- Services for -- Canada.,
  • Child sexual abuse -- Canada.,
  • Social work with children -- Canada -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.

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Edition Notes

GenreHandbooks, manuals, etc.
LC ClassificationsHQ"71"C44"1989
The Physical Object
Pagination122 p.
Number of Pages122
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21046201M
ISBN 100662172043

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A child sexual abuse prevention program, offered in online and instructor-led formats, designed for child-serving organizations that teaches adults to prevent, recognize, and react responsibly to suspected abuse. The website provides video clips from the training, program evaluation information, and more. Talk To Your Child or Teen. These guidelines are intended to cover the range of child sexual abuse, including the abuse referred to as 'child sexual exploitation' and which featured for example in the cases of R v Safi, Aziz, Hassan and others ('Operation Span') and R v Jamil, Dogar, Dogar, Hussain, Karrar, Karrar and Ahmed ('Operation Bullfinch'). The guidelines are. sexual touching of any part of a child's body, whether they're clothed or not. using a body part or object to rape or penetrate a child. forcing a child to take part in sexual activities. making a child undress or touch someone else. Contact abuse can include touching, kissing and oral sex – sexual abuse isn't just penetrative. Laws addressing reporting and responding to child abuse and neglect, maintaining child abuse and neglect records, protecting children from domestic violence, and related issues. State laws on child welfare. Laws addressing State agency responsibility when a child is placed in out-of-home care, including case planning, reasonable efforts to.

7 Child sexual abuse 75 Definition of child sexual abuse 75 Dynamics of child sexual abuse 76 Risk factors for victimization 76 Dynamics of disclosure 76 Physical and behavioural indicators of child sexual abuse 77 Sexualized behaviours 77 Genito-anal findings 78 Health consequences ii Preventing Child Sexual Abuse Within Youth-serving Organizations: Getting Started on Policies and Procedures is a publication of the National Center for Injury Prevention and Control of the Cen- ters for Disease Control and Prevention. RISK FACTORS. Childhood sexual abuse often occurs alongside other forms of abuse or neglect, and in family environments in which there may be low family support and/or high stress, such as high poverty, low parental education, absent or single parenting, parental substance abuse, domestic violence, or low caregiver warmth. 15,19 Children who are impulsive, emotionally Cited by: Sexual child abuse is a type of maltreatment, violation, and exploitation that refers to the involvement of the child in sexual activity to provide sexual gratification or financial benefit to the perpetrator. It includes contact for sexual purposes, molestation, statutory rape, prostitution, pornography, exposure, incest, or other sexually.

This book is an introduction to the problem of child sexual abuse. Written in simple and direct language, with illustrations to reinforce key points, the book offers the perspective of small communities and contains a section on how communities can organize to do something about the problem of sexual abuse. Intended for parents, teachers, family members, community workers, Author: Maureen McEvoy. workers, child/victim advocates foster parents and prevention workers should be familiar the various theories about the etiology of pedophilia and development of pro-offending attitudes, plus the more typical patterns of sexual offending (rape, sexual assault & computer crimes against children) committed by both juvenile and adult sex offenders. LEGAL DEFINITIONS OF CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT (Section , RSMo.; 13 CSR ) Child is defined as any person, regardless of physical or mental condition, under eighteen years of age. Abuse is defined as any physical injury, sexual abuse, or File Size: KB. “On Guard: Preventing and Responding to Child Abuse at Church needs to be in the hands of every pastor and ministry leader in every church. This candid, compassionate, and comprehensive manual provides exactly what the church desperately needs to protect children and to protect the reputation of Christ and the Bride of Christ/5(44).