Recognizing Signs of Abuse in Children

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Recognizing Signs of Abuse in Children

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Tulsa – January 13

OKC – January 20

Trainers:

Laura Gamble, Executive Director, Family Builders


Cost:

$25 per person – member

$50 per person – non-member

$125 per organization – member*

$250 per organization – non-member*

*Those who pay "per organization" are eligible to send as many participants as they choose.

Recognizing and responding appropriately to signs of child abuse requires a discerning eye and a compassionate heart. Geared toward client services managers, ministerial staff, teachers, youth workers, and front-line care providers, this interactive and engaging three-hour training will provide attendees with resources for identifying and reporting signs of child abuse, including:

– What abuse looks like

– What to do if you suspect abuse

– How to respond if a child discloses abuse

– How to report abuse

– What kind of policies organizations need to have in place to protect themselves

– Resources for support

In Oklahoma, thirty-eight children per day are confirmed as victims of abuse. 1 in 4 girls and 1 in 6 boys will be sexually abused by the time they are 18, and only 1 in 10 will ever tell. 90% of those victims know and trust their abuser. Oklahoma law states that anyone who merely suspects a child is being abused is required to report it. But, how do you know? How do you report?

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Tulsa – January 13

OKC – January 20

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Can you tell which one is hurting? Which one is hiding secrets to scary to share? Which one is sad?

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