Protecting Young Children
Subtitle: A guide to recognising and responding to child abuse
Helen Edwards; edited by Pat Gordon Smith
PLEASE NOTE: This title has moved to Jessica Kingsley Publishers and can be purchased from their website on the link below
The need to protect children from harm and abuse is an essential part of early years care. Anyone who works with other people's children needs basic information and awareness about child abuse, and should know how to respond if there are concerns about a child's safety. Protecting Young Children is a practical and accessible guide that provides answers to many of the questions early years practitioners may have about safeguarding children. It includes: • information about child abuse • advice on how to respond to concerns • updated material on the statutory framework guidance on management and support - including recruitment and whistleblowing • suggestions for building a relationship with families that may help to prevent child abuse • simple interactive exercises for individuals and groups. Published by the National Early Years Network in partnership with the NSPCC.
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