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Domestic Violence with Children
Transcript of Domestic Violence with Children
and what can be done to help them? 3 million children
30%-60% will be victims of abuse
75,000 children a year witness violence at home. Children who live with domestic violence face the risks of :
Losing one or both parents
Denied School Psychologist
Police By; Janeth Mendoza
December6, 2012 Why Domestic Violence? Social Worker
Dealing with children This is No Joke Age
Family Size Consider involving Listen
Ask and Support
Express concern Emotional Physical Question Psychological Effects Ways To Help Social What is the best method to use so a child won't be scared to tell on the perpetrator, and stop the violence? Long Term Effects - The child can grow up to behave the same as the
perpetrator. Domestic Violence is NO JOKE ! It can happen to anyone in their lifetime and cause serious problems from childhood to adulthood. Children who have been victims to domestic violence often suffer from emotional, behavioral, social and physical disorders which lead to depression and anxiety issues, thus it is important they receive counseling. Media Facebook
Survey Monkey Mentor/ Community Service Ms. Lee
Children always need someone to talk to. It is recommended that they are professional. Works Cited http://dreamcatchersforabusedchildren.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/domesticviolence.jpg