Supporting Service Providers in Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect

$12.00 | CEU Hours:4.00 | Intermediate

*This course is not approved for NBCC renewal. Please see our NBCC category of courses here.

 

CEU Course Description

Focusing on protective factors is critical and sorely needed for the prevention of child maltreatment and promotion of child and family well-being.  This CEU course provides information to help service providers and others concerned about the health and well-being of children to understand child abuse and neglect, its effects, and what each person can do to address it when it occurs.

Article Author:  The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Children’s Bureau
Exam writer:  Patricia Hocking-Walker, M.S. (Psychology)

CEU Course Objectives

1.  Discuss the best way for a parent to let their child know that they love them.

2.  Investigate what research has found that successful interventions must do to ensure child and family well-being.

3.  Examine the first step that community partnerships can take to support families and prevent child maltreatment.

4.  Elucidate how parents can nurture their older children.

5.  Identify inner strengths or resources that can serve as a foundation for building parents’ resilience.

6.  Describe the most common risk factors associated with an increased risk of child abuse and neglect.

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