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1 What Is Child Abuse and Neglect? Recognizing the Signs and Symptoms The first step in helping children who have been abused or neglected is learning to recognize the signs of maltreatment. The presence of a single sign does not necessarily mean that child maltreatment is occurring in a family, but a closer look at the situation may be warranted when these signs appear repeatedly or in combination. This factsheet is intended to help you better understand the Federal definition of child abuse and neglect; learn about the different types of abuse and neglect, including human trafficking; and recognize their signs and symptoms. It also includes additional resources with information on how to effectively identify and report maltreatment and refer children who have been maltreated.
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3 References Author's Last Name, First initial. Middle initial. (Year). Title of article. Journal Title, Volume Number (Issue number), Page numbers.
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