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Child Abuse

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Jaycee Paramo

on 9 December 2014

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Transcript of Child Abuse

Challenges
Impact On Me
Future decisions
Learn how talk to children on their level

Child Abuse and Adoption
Jaycee Paramo
English IV
Erin Garcia
Spring 2015
Effects
Emotional Effects
Depression
Flashbacks
Poor mental and emotional health
Social difficulties
Alcohol or substance abuse
Physical Effects
Self harm

Physical Abuse-

Standing over you, grabbing you if your try to leave
Verbal Abuse
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Yelling, shouting, talking over you, putting you down
Emotional Abuse-

Embarrassing you in public, talking down to you, not listening
Economic Abuse-

Forcing you to leave you job, forcing you to get fired, shaming you for how you spend your money
Mental Abuse-
Playing mind games with you, twisting everything
around so nothing is
their fault
Sexual Abuse
-
Rape
or unwanted sexual
touching
6 Types of
Abuse
Signs of Child Abuse
Fussing
Self harm
Nightmares
Sleeping
problems
Fear of going home
Bully other children
Being bullied themselves
Be aggressive or abusive
Running away from home
Research Paper
Types of abuse
Effects
Signs
Adoption
Mentor
Tutors Children
Educator Conductor
Worked in the faculty for more then 26 years
Mrs. Mildred S. Wilson
I volunteered at Black Mountain Home for Children
Helped the children with their homework
Learned how to talk to them when they were disrespectful
Learned the rules on what to do and what not to do when working with children
How to be patient with the children
Learned how to keep the children on task
Got to spend a lot of time with the young children
Practical Experience
Successes
Work
Finding time
Getting a ride
Finding a mentor
Citation
Are there any questions?
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