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Child Protection Questions and Answers (Q&A)

L. Sevigny, Doctor
Answered: Sep 26, 2018
A child protection worker holds a lot of responsibility. He must protect the rights and safety of the children. First he needs to identify those children who re at a potential risk. Then they...Read More

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Jlw
Answered: Jul 06, 2017

The answer is choice C, protect rights and safety of children.

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John Smith
Answered: Jul 10, 2020
I believe in the intrinsic value of all people and want to help make children safe and happy, and help families improve coping strategies.

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Melinejeanlouis
Answered: Mar 10, 2020
You can never know what goes on indoors most of the times the child can be afraid to talk to you and the abuser can make it look like everything is fine when it's not so it's better to keep a...Read More

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Melinejeanlouis
Answered: Mar 10, 2020

Call your supervisor, voice your opinion, support the final decision made by the supervisor.

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Melinejeanlouis
Answered: Mar 10, 2020

Sometimes some things can be fix with a little bit of support and information and you most always have a reason for your actions.

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John Adney
Answered: Jul 05, 2017
The best answer would be any which remove the children from care as the mother's judgment is most likely impaired due to the alleged domestic violence. As the 18 month year old is in the home and...Read More

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Vicsur
Answered: Jun 16, 2017
The OPTION should be a. A CHILD SHOULD BE NEVER ALONE WITHOUT AN ADULT,

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Melinejeanlouis
Answered: Mar 10, 2020

C. Call the after-hours hotline at the agency for direction on making a referral or to call the police.

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Jlw
Answered: Jul 06, 2017

The answer is choice D, making home visits to assess child safety and provide support

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Industrialz
Answered: Jul 10, 2020
Making home visits to assess child safety and provide support

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John Smith
Answered: Jul 10, 2020
Wait outside the bathroom in the hallway until the child is done.

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