Recognizing Child Abuse : The Trainers Manual Douglas J. Besharov

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Published: October 1st 1999

Ring-bound

336 pages


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Recognizing Child Abuse : The Trainers Manual  by  Douglas J. Besharov

Recognizing Child Abuse : The Trainers Manual by Douglas J. Besharov
October 1st 1999 | Ring-bound | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, RTF | 336 pages | ISBN: | 4.76 Mb

Designed to be used with the textbook, the trainers package includes a 336-page trainers manual, 87 color transparencies (overheads), and a copy of the textbook Recognizing Child Abuse: A Guide for the Concerned. The PowerPoint version of theMoreDesigned to be used with the textbook, the trainers package includes a 336-page trainers manual, 87 color transparencies (overheads), and a copy of the textbook Recognizing Child Abuse: A Guide for the Concerned.

The PowerPoint version of the overheads is available on request: send an inquiry to the Welfare Reform Academy. Abused and neglected children are dying, both because suspected abuse is not being reported to the authorities and because the authorities are overwhelmed by unfounded reports. Better-and more accurate-reporting depends on continuing efforts to educate the public and professionals. This trainers manual and curriculum provides a comprehensive training program for child-serving professionals, including social workers, child-care workers, mental health professionals, doctors, nurses, teachers, and police.

The trainers manual is written in simple, concise language, and follows the structure of the textbook, so that the two can be used together. The curriculum is divided into self-contained training modules that address specific forms of child maltreatment. It is easily adaptable to varying needs and time constraints and contains extensive trainers notes, discussion questions, and group exercises.



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