Signs of Abuse for Mandated Reporters

Mandated reporters¬†interact with children at places like daycare, school, doctor offices, and activity centers and act as a pivotal player in protecting children from abuse. However, if mandated reporters don’t know what they’re looking for, taking the appropriate actions for children becomes difficult. On top of those challenges, there’s a variety of different types of abuse to look out for. As outlined in our Mandated Reporter textbook, here is a breakdown of how to recognize major categories of abuse and an overview of what some mandated reporters may see to back their suspicions of abuse.Read More »

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Different Types of Sexual Assault Prevention on College Campuses

In consideration to the rising issue of sexual assault, prevention efforts have been made in campuses across the country within the last several years. Prevention efforts target three main audiences: potential perpetrators, potential victims, and bystanders. We will break down how prevention efforts are catered to each of these audiences and their rate of success, as outlined in our latest textbook, Sexual Assault 2E, Volume 3: Special Settings and Survivor Populations.Read More »

Preventing Child Abuse with Safe, Stable, Nurturing Relationships

Finding the root of the problem is the first step to taking action against it. For cases of child maltreatment and abuse, many problems stem from a home life that does not foster healthy relationships. A framework developed by the CDC, safe, stable, nurturing relationships (also known as SSNRs) have a major impact in preventing child maltreatment. Below are definitions of what each of those mean, information that is also included in our Research and Practices of Child Maltreatment Prevention textbook.Read More »