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Preventing child abuse and neglect : a technical package for policy, norm and programmatic activities Developed by Beverly L. Fortson, Joanne Klevens, Melissa T. Merrick, Leah K. Gilbert and Sandra P. Alexander

By: Fortson, Beverly L.
Contributor(s): DeGue, Sarah A | Jones, Kathryn | Freire, Kimberley | Dills, Jenny | Smith, Sharon G | Raiford, Jerris L.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Atlanta, GA : National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2016Description: electronic document (52 pages); PDF file: 3.69 MB.Subject(s): PREVENTION | Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) | CHILD ABUSE | RECOMMENDED READING | CHILD NEGLECT | CHILDREN | ECONOMIC ASPECTS | EVALUATION | INTERVENTION | PARENTING | PERPETRATORS | PRIMARY PREVENTION | PROGRAMMES | UNITED STATESOnline resources: Click here to access online | Access the website
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Strengthen economic supports for families; Change social norms to support parents and positive parenting; Provide quality care and education early in life; Enhance parenting skills to promote health child development; Intervene to lessen harm and prevent future risk; Sector involvement; Monitoring and evaluation
Summary: "This technical package represents a select group of strategies based on the best available evidence to help prevent child abuse and neglect. These strategies include strengthening economic supports to families; changing social norms to support parents and positive parenting; providing quality care and education early in life; enhancing parenting skills to promote healthy child development; and intervening to lessen harms and prevent future risk. The strategies represented in this package include those with a focus on preventing child abuse and neglect from happening in the first place as well as approaches to lessen the immediate and long-term harms of child abuse and neglect. These strategies range from a focus on individuals, families, and relationships to broader community and societal change. This range of strategies is needed to better address the interplay between individual-family behavior and broader neighborhood, community, and cultural contexts." (From page 7). See also the Essential for childhood framework (#4983) and THRIVES: a global technical package to prevent violence against children (#5086). For more on CDC's work to prevent child maltreatment, access the website. Record #4982
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Strengthen economic supports for families; Change social norms to support parents and positive parenting; Provide quality care and education early in life; Enhance parenting skills to promote health child development; Intervene to lessen harm and prevent future risk; Sector involvement; Monitoring and evaluation

"This technical package represents a select group of strategies based on the best available evidence to help prevent child abuse and neglect. These strategies include strengthening economic supports to families; changing social norms to support parents and positive parenting; providing quality care and education early in life; enhancing parenting skills to promote healthy child development; and intervening to lessen harms and prevent future risk. The strategies represented in this package include those with a focus on preventing child abuse and neglect from happening in the first place as well as approaches to lessen the immediate and long-term harms of child abuse and neglect. These strategies range from a focus on individuals, families, and relationships to broader community and societal change. This range of strategies is needed to better address the interplay between individual-family behavior and broader neighborhood, community, and cultural contexts." (From page 7). See also the Essential for childhood framework (#4983) and THRIVES: a global technical package to prevent violence against children (#5086). For more on CDC's work to prevent child maltreatment, access the website. Record #4982