You can’t go back in time to prevent the abuse, neglect, or dog bite that resulted in your child’s injury, but there are things you can do to minimize your child’s pain and suffering now. There are ways to make your child’s injuries better and to help protect your child’s future.
What You Need to Know to Help Your Child
This report provides important information about:
- Common injuries to children
- Places where child abuse often occurs
- People who often commit child abuse
- Signs that your child may have suffered physical abuse, sexual abuse, or neglect
You will also learn the steps to take if you think your child has been hurt because of someone else’s abuse or neglect in Texas.
Stop Child Abuse and Start the Recovery Process Today
Don’t let another day go by without helping your child recover from his injuries. Instead, understand how to talk to your child about what happened and learn the actions to take to protect your child’s future.
Download a FREE copy of our book Abuse, Neglect, and Dog Bites: Recognizing and Responding to Injuries in Children today. You will immediately be able to access this information after completing the form on this page.