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Spot the signs of child sexual abuse – Seen & Heard link
When a sexually abused or exploited young person has something to tell, they need to be Seen and Heard. A fantastic training resource designed by Department of Health and the Children’s Society, facilitated by children and young people.
The key messages are;
- Understand what may be behind ‘the naughty child’
- Understand how to deal with disclosures appropriately
- Be professionally curious
- The 20 min video contained within this video presentation is very hard hitting. It deals with the issue of sexual abuse within the family. Please give your staff a pre-warning about this (not to do if they have had a difficult day!) and include the NAPAC adult survivors of abuse email address firstname.lastname@example.org as well as your contact details if they need to talk to someone after the course.
- There is some swearing
- It is written from a health perspective but is very relevant for all staff.
Child Sexual Abuse Material link
We know access to Child Sexual Abuse Material (CSAM) has more than doubled globally during the COVID-19 crisis! This will provide an overview from the perspective of work of the Internet Watch Foundation.
Vicki Maybin, Advisor to Education, Wakefield Safeguarding Children Partnership
Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) link
- What is Child Sexual Exploitation?
- What should you look for?
- How can we HELP?
- What is the RESPECT programme?
- 16 mins
Esther Bottomley – Spectrum Community Health CIC