Maltreatment bullying and dating violence

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D., Northeastern Illinois University; Shree Mohanty, M.

This usually happens when a caregiver is frustrated or angry and strikes, shakes or throws the child.

D., Maternal and Child Health Bureau, Region V; Olivia Pickett, M.

S., HRSA Office of Women's Health; and Ellen Schmidt, B.

Middle and high school students were eligible to participate in the 24-week program if they reported exposure to domestic violence, child maltreatment, bullying, dating violence, or community violence.

What it’s about: Researcher Barbara Ball and her colleagues interviewed seven support group facilitators for Expect Respect, a school-based program for preventing teen dating violence.

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They also share facilitators’ perspectives about how support group members bond with and become sources of support for one another.

Biggest takeaways from the research: The research team identified the following themes around facilitators' experiences with the Expect Respect program: Ball and her research team offer recommendations for organizations that are considering running a school-based support group for preventing teen dating violence.

For more information on child abuse and neglect, see district policy and regulations at the following codes: Welcome to TASB School Law e Source.

When a person responsible for a child’s health and welfare causes physical or mental injury to a child, engages in sexual activity with a child, deprives a child of necessities or allows someone else to harm a child, that is abuse or neglect.

A child has been abused when a caregiver inflicts or allows to be inflicted upon the child bodily injury, substantial bodily injury or serious bodily injury.