Child Abuse and Prevention

Violence against a kid is not the only form of child abuse. It refers to any sort of adult maltreatment that is violent or frightening to the youngster. This includes abandonment. Physical, emotional, and sexual abuse and/or neglect are all forms of "child abuse." It also addresses a pattern of abuse as well as the potential for harm. Domestic violence happens when a child is abused in the home when the abuser is the child's parent or caretaker, for example. However, children are sometimes abused by adults who are reliant on them, such as daycare workers, teachers, and sports coaches. Child abuse and neglect are major public health issues that can have long-term consequences on one's health, opportunities, and well-being. When parents or caregivers are unable to cope with caring for their children, dysfunctional behavior and abuse can occur.


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