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Signs of neglect

  • The child may be aggressive and hostile, prone to angry outbursts or lashing out towards others
  • They may be more impulsive than others with poor concentration
  • Some children may be particularly quiet or withdrawn
  • Poor appearance and hygiene
  • Left alone for a long time
  • Poor language, communication or social skills
  • Seem hungry or turn up to school without having breakfast or any lunch money

http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-wales-41015905

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2 thoughts on “Signs of neglect

  1. Reblogged this on | truthaholics and commented:
    “Neglect means a child’s needs for safety, physical care and love are not being met to an extent that it could cause them serious or lasting harm.”
    “People are suffering with lots of stress at the moment and a shortage of funds – people are also more isolated from their families and support. So things like this can impair parenting.
    “In the past, people might have just thought neglect meant physical neglect – like a child being dirty.
    “What can often cause the most harm is emotional neglect – the need for warm, loving, supportive parenting that responds to a child’s needs. And I think people are becoming more aware of that type of neglect.”

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