Child Abuse Prevention – Six Hours, 3 Part Series
Earn six CEUs from the comfort of your own home with a three-part series on child abuse prevention. LEPs, this webinar series will provide 6 of your 7 required units on child abuse prevention. Webinars will be presented live in interactive sessions on the listed dates, and available on demand afterwards.
Part 1 – History and Definition
This session will cover:
- Definitions of child-abuse: how it’s defined nationally and in California
- The etiology of child abuse, including pathways to child abuse
- Defining types of child abuse: physical, sexual, emotional and neglect
- Different forms of punishment, including corporal and verbal punishment
- Children’s rights: Definition, history, and the future of children’s rights in California
- Overview of California mandated reporting
Part 2 – Assessment and Reporting
In the second part of the series, we will discuss:
- The extent of the problem in California, nationally, and internationally, as well as a comparative review of preventative measures implemented elsewhere
- Health consequences of child abuse and how to work with local physicians and other medical specialists to help determine and prevent child abuse
- Types of disclosures that children can make and how to determine what the disclosures are relating
- Report writing to indicate child abuse as a mandated reporter
Part 3 – Prevention and Intervention
In the final third of our series on child abuse, we will be discussing preventative programs (which lead to greater knowledge and skills regarding sexual safety) and how those programs can work at home, school and in the community, as well as a final overview of mandated child abuse reporting. We’ll review best practices, which involve programs that attempt to affect multiple risk (self-esteem) and protective factors (resilience) at both person- centered (skills training) and environment-centered (school, family) levels. You will be provided with a sample K-12 curriculum and instructional considerations.
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