It’s hard for parents to feel positive amid all the stress and news during COVID-19. The WHO and others have prepared this infographic for maintaining positive parenting.
S.B. 206 will help ensure more protection for victims of child sex crimes by restricting the number of depositions that a child must undergo.
Child First and the Zero Abuse Project have established a full document on conducting a pandemic-era forensic interview and defending it in court.
Journalists and writers covering child abuse stories may unknowingly convey personal details about a case. Here are common missteps and how to resolve them.
There’s a second wave of problems expected from COVID-19. CACs around Indiana are working to meet the challenge.
Gov. Eric Holcomb reported yesterday that every school in Indiana is shut down and utilizing either spring break days, e-learning days, or getting waivers for time off amid the COVID-19 spread. With over 1 million kids at home, an immense amount of time is likely spent connected to a screen. That may be more than […]
Most of us know the signs of physical abuse, such as bruising or open wounds. But mental scars are harder to identify. And even when we do identify these signs, it can then leave us confused about what we can do to stop it.
Guidance from the NCA on how to handle COVID-19 (“Coronovirus”) concerns among employees and facilities.
There are parental controls, software options, a whole YouTube Kids settings experience, and a host of environmental changes parents can do. We’ll discuss those in this story, but the best advice we have for parents is talking to your kids.
At 10 pm on a Monday, lead forensic interviewer Kim Denton received a text message. She had ten hours to prepare her team, some of whom rarely conduct forensic interviews, for an emergency case involving up to eight children.