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Responding to Child Abuse and Neglect

The Role of Professional Child Care Providers
in Preventing and Responding to Child
Abuse and Neglect

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  1. Purpose and Overview
  2. Recognizing Child Abuse or Neglect
  3. Reporting Suspected Child Abuse or Neglect
  4. Minimizing the Risk of Maltreatment in Child Care Programs
  5. Preventing and Responding to Child Abuse and Neglect: The Role of Family Child Care Providers
  6. Responding to Allegations of Child Maltreatment in Child Care Programs
  7. Caring for Maltreated and At-Risk Children
  8. Supporting Parents

Appendices

  1. Glossary of Terms
  2. Resource Listings of Selected National Organizations Concerned With Child Care and With Child Maltreatment
  3. State Telephone Numbers for Reporting Child Maltreatment
  4. Handouts for Parents
  5. Sample Report of Suspected Child Abuse or Neglect
  6. Risk Indicators: Touch Policy
  7. Risk Indicators: Developmental Expectations of Children, Particularly Those With Special Needs
  8. Risk Indicators: Child Abuse Prevention Curriculum
  9. Family Support Strategies