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July 12, 2020

Tips to Help Protect Children from Sexual Abuse

As a parent or guardian, you want to do all you can to protect the children around you from harm. Unfortunately, that’s not always so easy. Sexual predators can be hard to spot, despite what you see in movies. Sadly, this means parents and guardians may not recognize the danger until it’s too late. 

At Greenstein & Milbauer, LLP, we know how hard it can be to protect your children from harm, which is why we offer these tips to help protect children from sexual abuse. If you’re not sure how to protect your child, reach out for help for their safety. 

Understand Signs of Abuse

Knowing how to spot abuse can be a major step in protecting your children from danger. Often, these signs are behavioral or emotional. Although young children are often going through many personal changes, you might notice behaviors that have you a little worried. 

For example, you might notice that your child seems fearful about removing their clothing for bathtime or just for changing clothes. Age-inappropriate behavior are major warning signs that something is wrong. Consider talking with your child or even bring in a professional to help with the conversation. 

Report Possible Abusers

Sometimes, your child may try to hide the suffering they’re experiencing, but you may still suspect that something is wrong. Maybe you suspect that someone in your community is a danger to your child and others. Understanding what to look for when you’re worried about child abuse is vital. 

Child abusers aren’t always so easy to find. Statistically, these abusers are typical and well-liked members of the community. They are often people in positions of authority. These are people whom you and your children are supposed to trust. They take advantage of such situations. 

Signs of a predator include inappropriate conversations about relationships or mature topics. If an adult is frequently finding ways to be alone with a child, that could be a major red flag. If you have suspicions, don’t be afraid to  intervene or contact someone. After all, it’s your child’s physical and emotional safety on the line. 

Connect with a Child Sexual Abuse Lawyer in New York

If you’re concerned that your child is suffering from sexual abuse, you’re rightfully looking to seek justice. Your child has suffered, but it can be tough to prove without help. At Greenstein & Milbauer, LLP, we understand how tough it can be to overcome these situations and fight for your children. 

That’s why we offer tips to help protect children from sexual abuse. If you’re struggling to find proof on behalf of your children, these tips can help, as well as having an experienced lawyer on your side. We can even get started with a free consultation, so you know what to expect before you agree to work with us. 

Reach out for help from a lawyer by calling 1-800-VICTIM2 (842-8462) or by completing the online form below.

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