You are a teacher, a daycare worker, a babysitter, or any other person who has contact with children. One day, you observe a child engaged in highly abnormal sexual play; for example, putting a doll’s head close to the child’s genital area, or “humping” another child. You know from your experience working with children that this is not normal. Perhaps a child infer that they may have been physically or sexually abused. What should you do?
Singer Jana Kramer’s Hot Chocolate Talk Campaign To Protect Children From Child Abuse PUBLISHER’S NOTE: Child abuse is horrible! We all need to be more aware of the signs of child abuse and its extent is truly alarming. Below is
Adults who care for children have a legal obligation to ensure that those children avoid unreasonably dangerous situations. Failing to adequately protect a child may result in the caregiver being charged with “child endangerment” or “endangering the welfare of a child.”