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Abuse and Neglect: a Caregiver's Guide to Child Abuse
5 Clock Hours / 0.5 CEUs
Abuse and Neglect: A Caregiver's Guide to Child Abuse Course Description:
This course applies to children of all ages.
Learn ways to recognize various forms of child abuse and neglect, reasons for and results of child abuse and neglect, typical traits of abusive or neglectful parents, the caregiver’s responsibility in reporting it, and ways caregivers can help children who are the victims of child abuse and neglect. Also learn specific strategies to strengthen families and reduce the risk. See the course topics listed below for more information on what is covered.
More on this topic: Care Courses also offers the 5-hour course Preventing Child Abuse and Helping Its Victims.
Learning Outcomes: After completing Abuse and Neglect: a Caregiver's Guide to Child Abuse you will be able to explain the reasons and results of child abuse and neglect; identify indicators of child abuse and neglect and procedures for reporting to appropriate authorities; describe common traits of potentially abusive and neglectful parents; describe strategies to assist children who have been abused and neglected; describe strategies to help strengthen families and prevent abuse and neglect.
[Please note: The material in Abuse and Neglect
also appears in Lesson 3 of our 12-clock-hour course Managing Health and Safety
. If you are interested in a longer course that includes this subject, you may wish to take this 12-hour course.]
Please note: You need only ONE of the formats listed above. Choose either CourseBook OR Online Course format.
Core of Knowledge/Core Competency/Training Category Info Pages: Alabama, Colorado, Idaho, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Missouri, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Oregon, Vermont, Washington State and Wisconsin
Attention Nevada Students: This course, Abuse and Neglect, may be used for annual clock hours in Nevada, but it cannot be used to meet the Nevada requirement for training in child abuse and neglect, which must be taken in the state of Nevada.
Attention Texas Students: Take our 1 Clock-Hour child abuse course, Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse for the annual requirement.
Attention Wisconsin Students: This course is accepted for Wisconsin’s requirement for training in identifying and reporting child abuse and neglect.
||NAC: The NECPA Commission, Inc. has approved this educational
program as meeting the criteria for continuing education for the
National Administrator Credential.
Topics Covered in Abuse and Neglect:
Definition of child abuse and neglect
Some results of child abuse and neglect
Some signs of child abuse and neglect
Children's common explanations for parents' abusive or neglectful behaviors
How to report child abuse and neglect
Some reasons for child abuse and neglect
Common traits of abusive and neglectful parents
Ways to help children who have been abused and neglected
Prerequisites: Must be able to fluently read English.
Instructional methodology: Read written material; view videos; listen to audio segments.
Assessment methods: Final Course Multiple Choice Quiz and Short Essay Assignments.
Comments on Abuse and Neglect:
"Hello Care Courses! Yes everything has went very well with my courses! I have just sent in 3 courses to be graded for myself and my assistant whom also took the courses. The courses were very informative and very helpful, we will be taking more in the near future! Your help there has been wonderful and I appreciate it greatly..." - Oneonta, New York
"This course was so interesting. I truly enjoyed it. Thank you for being there for us. Looking forward to the next one." - Colorado Springs, Colorado
"Thank you for following up with me. I received and completed the two courses already and found that they were informative as well as interesting. I have taken many trainings over the past twenty years for child care, and this, I do say was one of the easiest and had the most useful info. Not boring as I thought it would have been." -- Maryland, New York
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Care Courses offers over 60 professional development courses and one non-credit training tutorial on the CDA process. All courses offer clock hours and an official mailed certificate of completion. The CDA tutorial does not offer clock hours or a certificate.
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To receive the CEUs and Clock Hours for a course, you must follow directions on written assignments and show comprehension of the course content. You must make 70% or better on all course quizzes. Less than 70% will result in trainer review and evaluation. If review indicates the need for discussion, you will be informed that you must speak with a trainer. You will be given a second chance to make 70% or better. Should you fail to do so, you will receive a letter indicating that you did not pass the course and may not retake the course for 12 months.
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