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Safe Sanctuary Quiz – Students
For whom is St. Luke's UMC committed to providing protective care?
All of the above
List two reasons why St. Luke's has a Safe Sanctuary policy.
A. Prevent the occurence or even the appearance of abuse.
B. Train volunteers to become Children’s Protective Services workers.
C. Protect workers from false accusations and/or suspicions
A and C
A and B
What are the three types of abuse highlighted in this presentation?
A. Physical, Verbal and Sexual
B. Hitting, Kicking and Biting
Emotional, Physical and Neglect
What is verbal abuse?
Hitting a child, youth or vulnerable adult.
A verbal act that humiliates, degrades, or threatens a child, youth or vulnerable adult.
Talking so softly that children cannot hear you.
A person commits abuse if he/she knows of abuse but does not report it:
The plan for response of a known incident of abuse includes:
Notify parents and or other legally responsible adult
Provide emergency healthcare as needed, including 911
Arrange for counseling when deemed appropriate
All of the above
What should the person reporting the abuse do?
Document what this person did to render aid
Contact the media immediately
None of the above
It is considered best practice to have one certified adult in a room with children at all times:
For children in first grade and older, it is best to have the children go to the restroom with a friend and the adult waits outside the restroom, unless assistance is warranted:
In what ministry area will you mainly be volunteering in? (Students, PM Pals, The Story Houston, etc.)
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