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by Sue Law
The terms child neglect and abuse are interchangeably used and considered the leading causes of youth fatalities and infantile deaths. Signs and symptoms of child neglect are categorized into two – physical and emotional. Emotional signs include behavioural symptoms as well.
The terms child neglect and abuse are interchangeably used and considered the leading causes of youth fatalities and infantile deaths. Learn what you can do to prevent childhood neglect and how to become better caregivers through improved parenting skills and awareness. Watch out for these signs in the classroom and outdoor environments to spot child neglect or abuse.
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The majority of children who are abused do not show signs of extreme disturbance. Neglect is usually suspected when such infants demonstrate significant weight gain following hospital admission or child removal from the family. Deprivational dwarfism, a medical term applied to children of small stature whose physical.
Karen J. Swift Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1995; 218 p.
In this important new study of the place of child neglect in Canadian social work, Karen Swift shows how the state must "manufacture" a bad mother before it can defend a neglected child. At the heart of this book is the basic contradiction that a system constructed historically to "save" children, as was the original goal of the so - called child - savers of the late nineteenth century middle - class social reform movement in urban Canada, has failed.
Child neglect has been characterized over the past century as a problem of deficient care of children by mothers. A complex and punitive child welfare system has emerged, based on a view that the children of these mothers require legally sanctioned rescue by those better suited to care for them. This distorted perception only serves to reproduce the conditions of poverty, marginalization, and violence in which these families live.
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2 A Critical Approach to Child Neglect. With the exception of occasional high profile stories like ‘home alone,’ neglect has tended to slide to the background of child welfare practice and concern over the past two or three decades.
Child neglect refers to the failure of a parent to provide for their good development: health, education, affection, nutrition, shelter, and safe living conditions. This particular type of mistreatment is much more frequent than physical or sexual abuse against children. Child neglect, particularly frequent in the first years of life, may have fatal consequences. But its impact on the physical and mental health of the child is extensive, and has various and potentially serious consequences, particularly on brain maturation.
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