Rank the following scenarios from the most immediately concerning to the least concerning, taking into account both risks and protective factors. When finished, you will be able to compare your responses to other professionals taking this course.

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A 12 year old boy covered in bruises – he reports that his father, who he lives with has hit him
A 12 year old boy covered in bruises – he reports that his uncle, who lives in the next village hit him while visiting
An 18 month baby living alone with a mother who has severe mental health problems and suffers from mood swings
An 18 month baby living with parents and extended family – mother has severe mental health problems and suffers from mood swings

Rank the following scenarios from the most immediately concerning to the least concerning, taking into account both risks and protective factors. When finished, you will be able to compare your responses to other professionals taking this course.

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A 3 year old child living on the streets with parents in an area where sex workers work
An 11 year old child living on the streets with parents in an area where sex workers work
An 8 year old boy living with his parents – there are allegations of domestic violence between the mother and father
A 15 year old boy living with parents – there are allegations of domestic violence between the mother and father

Thinking about Talia’s situation what we know now, what do you think are the most important skills and knowledge that you would need to carry out a comprehensive assessment. Select your ‘’top five’’ from the list below.

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How much time do you typically have for analysis?

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How do you typically approach assessment?

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If Talia disclosed to your that her father once hit her while drunk, what do you think would be appropriate actions? [Select all that apply]

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Which sources of information do you rely on most for assessments?

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Parents
Extended family
Neighbors / Members of the community
School
Health
Police
Other services / agencies
The child
Other children (siblings, peers)
Existing records and documentation
Observation of physical environment

Please tell us a bit about the process and requirements set by your own country or organization.

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