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Unit 10
Utilising strategies
A strategy is a plan.
Any strategies or plan offer; * Consistency * Opportunities to reflect * Opportunities to develop * Improved services
… Would provide a definite cure for all children who experience abuse
We must consider short and long term effects of abuse
Providing effective help, support and guidance. Strategy | Reason | Being respectful | Feel understood and considered and empathy | Child-centred approach | To Protect child’s innocence and childhood… promotes effective communication… you respect the childhood | Providing active support | The correct amount of support. To help them to move on to progress to develop. We do not restrict opportunities | Empowerment | Empowerment is choice and control. To give them control of their own life and responsibility. | Supporting assertiveness and self-esteem | Promotes confidence and feel valued. Promotes self-awareness and protection | Sharing information and not keeping secrets | Promoting openness and transparency. Good secret is ok. | Giving age appropriate information to the child | To consider severity to intimidate details sensitive | Preventing the transmission of disease | Consider sexual (sti). Physical infections (needles/untreated wound) |
We consider:
Severity of abuse
Timescale of abuse
Perpetrators of abuse

Strategies with families * Developing supportive partnerships , relationships with parent and families
-Work with them not against them
-Supportive can involve challenging behaviours * Involving parents in the assessment of children’s needs
-In most cases, most knowledgeable
-Demonstrates respect and understanding
Helping parents to recognise the value and significant of their contribution to support the child further. We can help the parents recognise they have something to…...

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