Back-to-School season is an exciting time for kids. A new year means new classrooms, teachers, friends and possibilities. Unfortunately, it can also mean new and different ways for kids to experience bullying. As a parent, you can help prevent bullying by having open communication with your children about school. The more you are able to talk with your children about what’s going on at school, the better you can help them understand what bullying looks like and some appropriate ways that they can react when they witness or hear about bullying.
Abusive head trauma, also known as Shaken Baby Syndrome, is a potentially fatal form of child abuse and has been the subject of many different intervention and prevention programs or strategies over the years. In today’s Research Review, Dr. Klika looks at some of the recent research into this topic, including studies showing contradictory results, and examines some of the reasons behind these differences as well as what prevention professionals can do in the future to combat abusive head trauma.
Join us and special guest Congressman Danny Davis at our Fall 2018 Gala and learn how together, with your help, we are strengthening families and changing lives.
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At Prevent Child Abuse America® , we are proud that 94 cents of every dollar we spend goes directly towards programs that help children and families thrive. Founded in 1972 in Chicago, Prevent Child Abuse America works to promote the healthy development of children and prevent child abuse before it can occur in order to help children to grow up and contribute in their communities. Our 50 state Chapter Network works every day to promote the kind of strategies and activities that make a difference locally as well as nationally and we help nearly 100,000 families a year through our signature Healthy Families America program.
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