Child abuse consists of any act, or failure to act that endangers a child’s physical or emotional health and development. Someone is abusive if they fail to nurture the child, physically injure the child, or relate sexually to the child.
The four major types of child abuse are:
To recognize abuse, look for the following:
Children react differently to abuse depending on age, extent of abuse, support from others, and their relationship with the offender. The single most important factor affecting a child’s recovery is the level of support they receive from caregivers.
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