Preventing Institutional Child Abuse

What is Institutional Child Abuse? From a young age, children are taught to respect adults and authority figures, especially those who are responsible for a child’s health and safety. What happens when these trusted adults use their power to take advantage of...

11 Myths About Child Abuse

11 Myths About Child Abuse Separating Fact From Fiction   It can be challenging to sort facts from fiction sometimes. Often, people base their understanding of situations on things they’ve been repeatedly told, even if they’re not true. When it comes to...

5 Self-Care Tips for Adult Survivors of Child Abuse

5 Self-Care Tips for Adult Survivors of Child Abuse   Research over several decades has highlighted a long list of potential physical and mental health issues caused by childhood abuse. Dealing with childhood trauma can cast a long shadow into adulthood. That...

Unwrapping the Link Between Childhood Trauma and Health

Unwrapping the Link Between Childhood Trauma and Health What You Need to Know About ACEs   People frequently marvel at the resilience of children. Sure, children will recover from skinned knees or a tumble, but childhood trauma can have lifelong consequences. A...

7 Tips for Helping Your Middle Schooler with Homework

Written by Lori Poland, EndCAN Executive Director As a parent, helping adolescents in their middle school years with their homework can be a difficult task. From the eye roll to the sass, it can be hard to be a calm and collected parent in those stressful moments when...