Experts are tracking changes in child maltreatment reporting, particularly as vital parts of the child welfare system—including routine exposure to doctors and teachers as reporters, home investigations, and home-based parenting programs—have been removed from daily life. In the face of these disruptions, an April publication from Child Trends that outlines strategies for caregivers and communities to promote child resilience in the pandemic. #covid-19
What COVID-19 means for America’s child welfare system
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