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  • prosecutors
  • Investigative professionals - law enforcement officers, child protective service workers and assistant prosecutors, along with Care House staff - observe the interview on closed circuit television. (volunteermatch.org)
  • Pediatrics
  • For their work providing public health interventions and medical assistance in El Salvador, UW researchers Parmi Suchdev and Ellie Click have received the Anne E. Dyson Child Advocacy Award from the American Academy of Pediatrics Resident Section. (washington.edu)
  • child's
  • Conducting forensic interviews of children and adolescents is always a complex task requiring interviewers to establish and maintain rapport with a child, understand and track the child's information, form appropriate and non-leading questions, and adjust interview strategies to accommodate each child's linguistic style and developmental abilities. (nationalcac.org)
  • This hybrid suite allows doctors to find and fix a child's heart problem in one procedure, resulting in safer care and a faster recovery time for children. (thompsoncoburn.com)
  • raise awareness
  • Since her diagnosis, Abby and her family have become active participants at the JDRF Northern CA Inland Chapter, in order to help raise awareness and funding for research and advocacy for T1D. (jdrf.org)
  • Let the law firm of Martin, Harding and Mazzotti, LLP work with your community to support child advocacy, raise awareness and help prevent child abuse. (1800law1010.com)
  • Welfare
  • She's been in the field of child welfare for 26 years, having worked previously for DSS and St. Vincent's Home. (wickedlocal.com)
  • Domestic Violence
  • The key is compassion & coordination: The CAC combines the efforts of police officers, child protection social workers, medical and mental health professionals, prosecutors, victim witness advocates, domestic violence professionals and others to address the safety and service needs of each child and family, and to hold offenders accountable. (volunteermatch.org)
  • program
  • It also includes a hospital-based child advocacy program in Milwaukee. (mcw.edu)
  • Abby and her mom saw a posting on the JDRF website last summer about the Youth Advocacy Leadership Program (YAL) and since she had already met a few of the requirements, she thought it would be fun to complete the steps to earn her YAL certificate. (jdrf.org)
  • For more information on the Youth Advocacy Leadership program and how to certify, view the application here . (jdrf.org)
  • Facebook
  • Abby also got involved in JDRF advocacy online with the help of her parents by liking and posting about JDRF advocacy on Facebook, and she participated in an online discussion on typeonenation.org to help give suggestions to newly diagnosed T1Ds. (jdrf.org)
  • support
  • The ICC can make a referral for the parent or guardian to receive a Family Partner that will provide the parent with support and coaching to navigate the intricacies of caretaking for a child with mental health needs. (publiccounsel.net)
  • That support is especially important because the grim reality is that in 95 percent of abuse cases, "the child knows and loves the offender," she said. (unionleader.com)
  • At a ceremony at the hospital, and joined by leaders of SSM Health Care, Bond received Cardinal Glennon's highest honor for his strong support of children over the course of his career. (thompsoncoburn.com)
  • Violence
  • But, when the violence involves a child or teenager, you must realize they do not have the choice of avoiding the confrontation, moving out or ignoring the pain and suffering they are being forced to encounter. (1800law1010.com)
  • suffer
  • Till then, millions of children will suffer the same pain that this young boy, who reminded me so much of myself, had to needlessly endure. (eqi.org)
  • professionals
  • A "forensic interviewer" meets alone with the child, while the other professionals watch on closed-circuit TV in another room. (unionleader.com)
  • Additional challenges for professionals when conducting a forensic interview with a Spanish-speaking child/adolescent include variations in family dynamics, cultural and social norms, perception of and relationship with the legal and child protection systems, degree of assimilation of child and family, socio-economic and educational concerns, and the complexities of language (grammar, word meaning, linguistic structure, and styles of communication including non-verbal communication). (nationalcac.org)