Checkpoint 6-11-10 Signs of Abuse

Checkpoint 6-11-10 Signs of Abuse - According to US...

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According to US Department of Health and Human services (2003), the following are warning signs of abuse for educators to watch for Be aggressive, oppositional, or defiant; Cower or demonstrate fear of adults; Act out, displaying aggressive or disruptive behavior; Be destructive to self or others; Come to school too early or not want to leave school—indicating a possible fear of going home; Show fearlessness or extreme risk taking According to the Helping Hand for Educators Performance Resource Press (2010), Suicide notes. These are a very real sign of danger and should be taken seriously. Threats of suicide Threats may be direct (“I want to die.” “I am going to kill myself.”) Or, unfortunately, indirect (“The world would be better without me.” “Nobody will miss me anyway.”) Previous suicide attempts. Often the best predictor of future behavior is past behavior, which can indicate a coping style. Depression,
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