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Spring and Summer Activities To Keep Kids Engaged & Parents (Mostly) Stress-Free

Spring and Summer Activities To Keep Kids Engaged & Parents (Mostly) Stress-Free

Spring and Summer Activities To Keep Kids Engaged & Parents (Mostly) Stress-Free   Spring has arrived and summer is almost here, which means many kids will soon be out of school. Even if you’re planning on sending them to camp or another warm-weather activity, spring and summer are less structured than school for many children. So, unless you’ve created a full agenda of spring and summer activities to keep them occupied, you may be dealing with bored and restless kids, creating the...

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The Road to Justice: Holding Abusers Accountable

The Road to Justice: Holding Abusers Accountable

The Road to Justice: Holding Abusers Accountable   Over the last several years, the media has reported on numerous child sexual abuse claims and trials. Frequently, the cases center on abuses that occurred years, even decades before.  Yet, despite a significant increase in the number of people reporting cases, coverage of high-profile cases, and the #MeToo movement, most of those who report abuse will not see their perpetrator go to jail or prison. For example, the Rape, Abuse, and Incest...

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How Teachers can Recognize the Signs & Support Abused and Neglected Children

How Teachers can Recognize the Signs & Support Abused and Neglected Children

How Teachers can Recognize the Signs & Support Abused and Neglected Children By Aiesha Hemeda Educators play a crucial role in supporting and defining the success of their students. It is important for teachers to foster and encourage nurturing environments in which their students can excel. For children who have experienced some form of neglect, abuse or traumatic adverse childhood experience, it is crucial for educators and teachers to be aware of what they can do to support and protect...

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Delayed Disclosure of Child Sex Abuse: Why Children Don’t Tell

Delayed Disclosure of Child Sex Abuse: Why Children Don’t Tell

Delayed Disclosure of Child Sex Abuse: Why Children Don’t Tell Recent news coverage of high-profile child sex abuse cases, like those of Ghislaine Maxwell and Prince Andrew, has generated a lot of conversation and misunderstanding surrounding child sex abuse.  Many people are baffled by why those abused don’t come forward sooner. There’s a misconception that someone abused at 14 or younger who didn’t disclose until adulthood was simply an opportunist. Some people even shift the blame onto...

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