Children and Abandonment

MJ: What are forms of abandonment for children? Are there any warning signs?

Percell: Some professionals in the field say that there are only four types of abandonment; I like to say that there are six.


1. Parental Neglect: when the adult responsible for a child either fails to keep the child from harm.


2. Physical Neglect: when a child's basic physical needs (i.e. food, shelter, clothing, etc.) are not being met.


3. Emotional neglect: when a child is deprived of emotional needs (a happy childhood, feeling of love and security, positive role models and adult attachments, etc.).


4. Environmental Neglect: (Possibly related to others), when a child’s home is inadequate / sub-par so as to not afford a healthy, constructive, and comfortable environment.


5. Educational Neglect: when a child is not given a proper education (establishment or home-schooled), and prepared to be able to live adequately, comfortably, and productively within society.


6. Spiritual Neglect: when a child’s psychological / emotional well-being is not nurtured and nourished. (different from Emotional Neglect)

5 views

SITE OPTIONS

MEET THE TEAM

VOLUNTEER

OUR NEEDS

OUR EVENTS

SPECIFICALLY

FOR MEN

TESTIMONIALS

MUSIC TO SOOTHE THE SOUL

DONATE

or

CONTACT

OUR BOOK NOOK

HOTLINES

FOR 50 STATES

MEMORIAL WALL

Q&A

MENTAL

HEALTH

INTERVIEW

ENCOURAGED - EMPOWERED - VICTORIOUS

VICTORYLIFE HOUSE, INC

6428 W. WILKINSON BLVD., SUITE 257

BELMONT, NC 28012

(704) 266-2608 to leave a message

info@VictoryLife-House.org

EIN: 82-5055426

TERMS OF USE

  • Facebook
ncadv.png

Associate Member since 2020