Revised and updated for 2017 Child Abuse: What You Need to Kw is likely the best single source of child protection information for parents and child caregivers. John E. Wright, MD, FAAP, Board Certified Child Abuse Pediatrician A guide for parents and everyone who works with children Child Abuse: What You Need to Kw is the definitive guide to understanding every facet of child abuse-physical, emotional, and sexual; and neglect. Providing an in-depth look at each type of abuse, including descriptions of often-unrecognized signs, illustrations that clarify complex concepts, and a comprehensive glossary of terms, Child Abuse: What You Need to Kw offers a must-read, essential guide for parents, child caregivers, teachers, students, law enforcement, volunteers, caseworkers, first responders-anyone who has contact with children. It is an indispensable resource and reference source for anyone who cares about children and child protection. This book provides the information that we as individuals and as a society should kw-and understand-so that child abuse can be combatted effectively. In addition, this book offers extensive, clear, and detailed information about the common connection between child abuse, domestic abuse, and domestic violence. This is one of the most important books written about child abuse and neglect. It should be read by everyone who has contact with children. Celia Quintas, Ph.D., L.M.H.C., L.M.F.T.
Evin Daly is a behavior analyst of violent and criminal behaviors with emphasis on the victimization of women and children. He has worked extensively with victims, families, and perpetrators of child abuse and domestic violence. Mr. Daly is a court-recognized forensic interviewer of children who have been physically and sexually abused. He is a specialist in child abuse and domestic violence prevention and protection systems, and an adviser in their development and management. As the founder of an international child protection agency Mr. Daly manages the distribution of child protection materials and resources worldwide. He writes and lectures on the subjects of child abuse and domestic violence. Mr. Daly is a long-time volunteer Guardian ad Litem where he represents the best interests of abused, abandoned and neglected children in court (Palm Beach and Miami, Florida). Prior to retiring from business in 2003, Mr. Daly's 20-year career was as a marketing communications specialist in the advertising industry [including Ogilvy & Mather Advertising in New York] and as a corporate marketing principal with emerging technology firms in London, New York and South Florida.