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Neglect:

What is neglect? Neglect is the failure of a parent, guardian, or other caregiver to provide for a child’s basic needs.

Symptoms? Frequently absent from school, begs or steal food or money, lacks needed care including medical or dental, is consistently dirty or has an odor, lacks the right clothing appropriate for the weather, and states there is no one at home a lot.

Examples? Failure to provide the appropriate food, water, and shelter.

NC Statistics : As of 2014-2015 : 25.9%

How to report child abuse :

Neglect: What is neglect? Neglect is the failure of a parent, guardian, or other caregiver to

The state of North Carolina demands employees from the Division of Child Development and Early Education to inspect licensed child care place in which there has been a complaint. Child care providers who don’t follow the rules and laws will may be fined and have their license suspended or revoked. If you think a child care provider fails to meet requirements or you have questions call the Division of Child Development and Early Education at 919-527-6500 or 1-800-859-0829. Brochure on

Neglect: What is neglect? Neglect is the failure of a parent, guardian, or other caregiver to
Neglect: What is neglect? Neglect is the failure of a parent, guardian, or other caregiver to

Child Abuse

By: Hannah Webb

Physical Abuse:

Emotional Abuse:

What is Physical abuse? Physical abuse is nonaccidental physical injury (ranging from minor bruises to severe fractures or death) as a result of punching, beating, kicking, biting, shaking, throwing, stabbing, choking, hitting (with a hand, stick, strap, or other object), burning, or otherwise harming a child, that is inflicted by a parent, caregiver, or other person who has responsibility for the child.

Symptoms? Has unexplained bites, burns, bruises, and more, fading bruises or other marks after absence from school, seems scared to go home, shrinks at the approve of adults, abuses animals or pets

Examples? Pushing, hitting, biting, choking, pulling, throwing objects, and more.

NC Statistics : As of 2014-2015 : 18%

Physical Abuse: Emotional Abuse: What is Physical abuse? Physical abuse is nonaccidental physical injury (ranging from

What is Emotional abuse? Emotional abuse is a pattern of behavior that impairs a child’s emotional development or sense of self worth.

Symptoms? Shows extreme behavior in being overly compliant or demanding, is delayed in physical or emotionally development, shows lack of attachment to parent, says they don’t want to be here anymore.

Examples? Yelling, name calling, threats, ignoring, and humiliation.

NC Statistics : As of 2014-2015 :

43.1%

Physical Abuse: Emotional Abuse: What is Physical abuse? Physical abuse is nonaccidental physical injury (ranging from

Sexual Abuse:

What is Sexual abuse? Sexual abuse includes activities by a parent or caregiver such as fondling a child’s genitals, penetration, incest, rape, sodomy, indecent exposure, and exploitation through prostitution or the production of pornographic materials.

Symptoms? Has difficulty walking or sitting, refuses to change for gym or participate for physical activities, reports bed wetting or nightmares, sudden change in appetite, becomes pregnant or has disease under the age 14, runs away, and attaches quickly to new people in their life.

Examples? Unwanted kissing or hugging, rape, and more.

NC Statistics : As of 2014-2015 : 12.9%

Physical Abuse: Emotional Abuse: What is Physical abuse? Physical abuse is nonaccidental physical injury (ranging from