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Session 1: Child Abuse Awareness

Keeping Children Safe

April 2015

National Office

5:13

During Session 1, you will review the biblical basis for how God views children and be challenged with sobering statistics that point to the spiritual battle raging over our young people. You also will learn some of the heartbreaking, long-term effects adults who were abused as children experience.

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Session 2: Dynamics of Child Abuse

Keeping Children Safe

April 2015

National Office

4:17

This training focuses on common behavioral patterns associated with child molesters—critical information for caregivers to help reduce a child's vulnerability to abuse.

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Session 3: Child Abuse Indicators

Keeping Children Safe

April 2015

National Office

4:11

This segment includes a discussion of some of the indicators of molestation, including behavioral, emotional, and physical signs as well as verbal cues. You'll also learn how to respond to a child's indirect abuse claim with open-ended questions.

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Session 4: Responding to Abuse Allegations

Keeping Children Safe

April 2015

National Office

4:32

In this session you will learn how to respond to a child's direct abuse allegation. You also will learn what steps The Alliance requires of you when confronted with such allegations.

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Session 5: Child Abuse Prevention Tools

Keeping Children Safe

April 2015

National Office

3:34

Proactive means to prevent abuse in the field is covered in this session, including critical components The Alliance has put into place to protect children. Additionally, you will learn about the "two-to-one" rule, an important child abuse prevention tool The Alliance follows.

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Session 6: Appropriate Interaction

Keeping Children Safe

April 2015

National Office

4:01

In this final lesson, additional appropriate ways to interact with children and how to maximize caregiver accountability is discussed as well as how to deal with cross-cultural norms in child care.

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