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									CHILD MALTREATMENT IDENTIFICATION
PART 1: NEGLECT, EMOTIONAL ABUSE, & PHYSICAL ABUSE - TRAINER'S GUIDE -

LESSON PLAN DAY 1

NOTE: This curriculum does not include training on the subject of sexual abuse. It is referred to as appropriate to the discussion of Physical Abuse and Neglect. It is strongly recommended that a class on Sexual Abuse be offered as part of the Core Training of social workers in Child Welfare. Not including sexual abuse in this curriculum outline does not mean to minimize or detract from the importance of or impact of sexual abuse. It is meant to indicate that sexual abuse is to be given its own curriculum and emphasis.

Topic/Time
Day 1, Segment 1 15 min 9:00 – 9:15am

Learning Objective

Methodology
Activity 1A: Introduction of course goals and objectives, review agenda PowerPoint Slides: 1-2 Activity 1B: Exercise: Review Child Maltreatment Statistics PowerPoint Slides: 3-4

Welcome, Overview, Introductions Child Maltreatment Statistics

Day 1, Segment 2 30 min 9:15 – 9:45am

What is Child Abuse and What is Child Neglect?

K4. The trainee will be able to understand the legal basis of identifying abuse and neglect in California, and understands the associated sections of the Welfare & Institutions Code Section 300 (A-J).

Activity 2A: Exercise: What is child abuse and neglect?   Overview of W&I Code, Section 300 (A-J) Overview of Penal Code, Sections 11164 and
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Learning Objective
V2. The trainee will make decisions consistent with the legal definition as described in the Penal Code and the W&I Code Section 300 (AJ).  

Methodology
11165 Health & Safety Code Section 1255.7 Review Guide (Cheat Sheet) to CA W&I Code and Penal Code

Prevalence

PowerPoint Slide: 5 - 6 Day 1, Segment 3 35 min 9:45 – 10:20 am K5. The trainee will be able to identify strength-based information gathering strategies (that include exploration of family strengths, resources, and risk and safety factors) necessary for working with children, families, and others in the context of making a child maltreatment determination. K6. The trainee will be able to identify physical, emotional, and behavioral characteristics of children who have been maltreated while attending to the cultural and ethnic context of the children. V3. The trainee will value the benefit of acquiring and utilizing up-to-date information about cultural differences to identify child maltreatment. Activity 3A:  Lecture and discussion  Exercise: Refer to W&I code Section 300 and list areas that have potential for cultural issues. Refer back to Code of Ethics re: culture and bias

Child Maltreatment in a Cultural Context Child Rearing Standards in a Cultural Context Environmental Factors Influencing Child Maltreatment Collaboration: Who’s on Your Team?

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PowerPoint Slides: 7 - 8

10:20-10:30am

BREAK

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Topic/Time
Day 1, Segment 4 40 min 10:30 – 11:10am

Learning Objective
K2. The trainee will be able to identify indicators of neglect. K4. The trainee will understand the legal basis of identifying abuse and neglect in California, and understand the associated section of the W&I Code 300 (A-J). V2. The trainee will make decisions consistent with the legal definition as described in the Penal Code and W&I Code Section 300 (A-J).

Methodology
Activity 4A:  Discussion re: Intro to Neglect PowerPoint Slides: 9 - 24

Introduction to Neglect Poverty & Neglect Indicators of Child Neglect

Activity 4B:  Discussion re: poverty and neglect PowerPoint Slides: 25 - 26

Activity 4C:  Lecture and facilitated discussion re: Indicators of Child Neglect   Additional factors added by trainer Possible manifestations of neglect

PowerPoint Slides: 27 - 31 Day 1, Segment 5 15 min 11:10 -11:25am V1. The trainee will be aware of their personal values related to abuse and neglect as they relate to the legal definition as described in the Penal Code and the W&I Code 300 (A-J). K3. The trainee will be able to identify indicators of emotional abuse. K6. The trainee will be able to identify the physical, emotional and behavioral characteristics of children who have been maltreated Activity 5A:  Share info from Rose & Meezan study  Facilitate discussion

Challenges & Dilemmas of Neglect Day 1, Segment 6 25 min 11:25am – 11:50

PowerPoint Slides: 32 - 34 Activity 6A:  Brief lecture, discussion, case examples   Review of indicators of emotional abuse Review applicable W&I Code

Challenges in Identifying Emotional Abuse

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Topic/Time

Learning Objective
while attending to the cultural and ethnic context of the children. V1. The trainee will be aware of their personal values related to abuse and neglect as they relate to the legal definition as described in the Penal Code and the W&I Code 300 (A-J) V2. The trainee will make decisions consistent with the legal definition as described in the Penal Code and the Welfare and Institutions Code Section 300 (A-J). 

Methodology
Review applicable Penal Code briefly

PowerPoint Slides: 35 - 39

11:50 – 12:50pm Day 1, Segment 7 40 min 12:50pm – 1:30 Introduction to Physical Abuse Physical Abuse in a cultural context Culture and Bias:  Discipline  LGBTQ  Age  Religion  Gender  Sexual abuse  Severe injuries  Language  Poverty

LUNCH V1. The trainee will be aware of their personal values related to abuse and neglect as they relate to the legal definition as described in the Penal Code and the W&I Code Section 300 (A-J) V2. The trainee will make decisions consistent with the legal definition as described in the Penal Code and the W&I Code Section 300 (AJ). V3. The trainee will value the benefit of acquiring and utilizing up-to-date information about cultural differences to identify child maltreatment. Activity 7A:  Brief lecture  Discussion re: culturally specific examples of practices that could be misinterpreted as abusive

Activity 7B:  Values Exercise

PowerPoint Slides: 40 - 42

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Topic/Time
Day 1, Segment 8 30 min 1:30 – 2:00pm

Learning Objective
K1. The trainee will be able to identify indicators of physical abuse K5. The trainee will be able to identify strength-based information gathering strategies (that include exploration of family strengths, resources, and risk and safety factors) necessary for working with children, families, and others in the context of making a child maltreatment determination. K6. The trainee will be able to identify the physical, emotional and behavioral characteristics of children who have been maltreated while attending to the cultural and ethnic context of the children. V4. The trainee will value the importance of working with families and communities utilizing a strength-based model of practice.

Methodology
Activity 8A:  Age/Injury Exercise  Review applicable content

Information Gathering and Physical Abuse

PowerPoint Slides: 43 – 48

Day 1, Segment 9 30 min 2:00 – 2:30pm Introduction to Types of Injuries (Part 1): Bruises, Bites and Cultural Practices that may be construed as abuse

K1. The trainee will be able to identify indicators of physical abuse. K6. The trainee will be able to identify the physical, emotional and behavioral characteristics of children who have been maltreated while attending to the cultural and ethnic context of the children.

Activity 9A:  Lecture on self awareness and care to prepare for slides  Part 1 of Slide show: Lecture in conjunction with slide show, use of trainer’s case examples during discussion of slides

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Topic/Time

Learning Objective

Methodology
PowerPoint Slides: 49 - 63

2:30-2:40pm Day 1, Segment 10 30 min 2:40 – 3:10pm Empathy exercise Day 1, Segment 11 35 min 3:10-3:45pm Introduction to Types of Injuries (Parts 2 &3): Fractures & Burns Injuries to Face, Ears, Mouth and Neck

BREAK Activity 10A:  Empathy Exercise PowerPoint Slide: 64 Cover as much of Parts 2-5 as time permits, concluding on day 2 Activity 11A:  Discuss slides
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Use examples from trainer’s experience

Power Point Slides: 65-75 (Fractures) Power Point Slides: 76-103 (Burns) Activity 11B:  Discuss slides
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Use examples from trainer’s experience

Power Point Slides: 104-109 (Face, ears, mouth, and neck) Day 1, Segment 12 15 min 3:45-4:00pm Closure Activity 12A:  Answer questions  Discuss self care Preparation for tomorrow

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CHILD MALTREATMENT IDENTIFICATION
PART 1: NEGLECT, EMOTIONAL ABUSE, & PHYSICAL ABUSE - TRAINER'S GUIDE -

LESSON PLAN DAY 2

Topic/Time
Day 2, Segment 13 15 min 9:00-9:15am Welcome Back

Learning Objective

Methodology
Activity 13A:  Review learning from Day 1  Process questions  Review Day 2 agenda  Remind re: self care Power Point Slides: 110

Day 2, Segment 14 45 min 9:15-10:00am Continue Introduction to Types of Injuries (Parts 3-5): Injuries to Face, Ears, Mouth and Neck Abusive Head Trauma Chest Injuries & Abusive Abdominal Trauma

K1. The trainee will be able to identify indicators of physical abuse. K7. The trainee will be able to identify three cultural practices that may be mistaken for child maltreatment.

Activity 14A:  Finish up from day one
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Discuss slides Use examples from trainer’s experience

Power Point Slides: 104-109 (Face, ears, mouth and neck) Activity 14B:  Finish up from day one
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Discuss slides Use examples from trainer’s experience

Power Point Slides: 111-118 (Abusive head trauma)

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Topic/Time

Learning Objective

Methodology
Activity 14C:  Finish up from day one
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Discuss slides Use examples from trainer’s experience

PowerPoint Slides: 119-125 (Chest injuries and abdominal trauma)

10:00-10:15am

BREAK

Day 2, Segment 15 90 min 10:15-11:45am Skill Practice/ Embedded Evaluation

S1. Given a case scenario, the trainee can identify child maltreatment. S2. Given a case scenario, the trainee will be able to distinguish child maltreatment from benign cultural factors.

Activity 15A:  Trainees complete test on physical abuse  Trainer processes trainee answers and discusses with trainees

PowerPoint Slide: 126

Day 2, Segment 16 15 min 11:45am – 12:00pm Closure, Wrap-Up

Activity 16A:  Wrap Up PowerPoint Slides: 127-128

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