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Long Term Consequences of Child Abuse and Neglect 2 NBCC Hours

ACEonline, LLC has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 6994.

Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified.  ACEonline, LLC is solely responsible for all aspects of programs.

Price:

$20

NBCC Hours:  
2

Registration Requirements

To register for this course, you will be asked to create an account on our website using your name and email address.  Once you have created an account, you will be asked to review and agree to terms and conditions, and then be prompted to make a payment through PayPal.

 

After your payment has processed, you will receive an email with login instructions.  Once you login, you will be asked to create a profile with your name, address, email, phone number, and professional license number.  If you do not have a professional license number, you may enter your driver's license or state identification number.

Authors/Contributors

Child Welfare Information Gateway. (2013). Long-term consequences of child abuse and neglect. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Children’s Bureau. 

Course Description

The subject matter in this course is "directly and primarily related to" the NBCC Content Areas, Human Growth and Development and Social and Cultural Foundations, which have been specified by the NBCC Continuing Education Provider Policy as acceptable content to qualify for NBCC continuing education credit.  This course is available for ACEP home study and offers 2 NBCC Hours.

 

This course requires the Participant to read and understand the attached article pertaining to child abuse and neglect. In the United States, 676,569 children were victims of child abuse or neglect in 2011 alone. Child abuse and neglect can create long-term consequences for children, families and society and can manifest as physical health problems, psychological problems, behavioral problems and societal problems.

 

In Long-Term Consequences of Child Abuse and Neglect, Participants will begin with a synopsis of factors affecting the consequences of child abuse and neglect.  Next, Participants will consider physical health consequences of child abuse and neglect, with special emphasis on abusive head trauma; impaired brain development; and poor physical health.  Additionally, Participants will learn about psychological consequences that researchers have linked to child abuse and neglect, such as: difficulties during infancy; poor mental and emotional health; cognitive difficulties; and social difficulties.  Also, Participants will explore how child abuse and neglect seem to increase the likelihood of the following behavioral consequences: difficulties during adolescence; juvenile delinquency and adult criminality; alcohol and other drug abuse; and abusive behavior.  Next, Participants will examine how child abuse and neglect creates both direct and indirect consequences for society.  Participants will become familiar with the actions communities must take to prevent abuse and neglect from occurring.  Finally, Participants will consider the importance of addressing the needs of children and adults who have experienced abuse and neglect by utilizing a trauma-informed approach. 

 

This course is intended to provide child welfare professionals, mental health professionals and social workers with an overview of the long-term consequences of child abuse and neglect.

Learning Objectives
  • To be familiar with the factors affecting the consequences of child abuse and neglect

  • To be aware of physical health consequences of child abuse and neglect

  • To identify psychological consequences linked to child abuse and neglect

  • To consider the behavioral consequences of child abuse and neglect

  • To explore societal consequences of child abuse and neglect 

  • To understand that communities must take both preventative and reactive actions