As a childcare provider,
you develop close relationships with children and their parents as well.
Your primary responsibility is towards the children. Their well-being
and safety are your main concerns. You may face situations when you
suspect that a child is being abused.
This is a very serious issue. Talking to parents about abuse is not
easy at all. Before talking to parents about abuse you should be able
to recognize it when it happens.
For more information, contact Judith A. Myers-Walls, PhD, CFLE at email@example.com
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