NSPCC


Worried About a Child? How You Can Protect Children from Abuse

A leaflet for anyone concerned about the risk of child abuse

Are you worried about the safety of a child? Do you know a child that's always bruised? Do you know a child that's neglected or withdrawn? Do you hear a baby crying constantly? Do you know a child that is left alone, dirty, hungry or inadequately dressed? Do you know a stressed parent who cannot cope? Do you know a child that is constantly 'put down', insulted, sworn at or humiliated?

Every action counts. If you have concerns, there is someone who will listen.

Worried about a child? explains the steps that can be taken by anyone worried about the safety of a child.

Worried about a child? A guide for Jewish communities.
The NSPCC has worked with members of the Jewish community to produce a guide for those who are worried about a child. Please email help@nspcc.org.uk if you would like further information on this leaflet.

Download:
Worried about a child
Worried about a child. A guide for Jewish communities

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