As part of the assessment, the provincial database is checked for past involvement with any CAS. This information is used, along with other information, to determine the need for an investigation. The child protection worker will take the necessary action to protect the child as a result of the investigation. Types of Abuse In general, there are four major types of child abuse:. Learn about recognizing the signs of child abuse and neglect.
Ontario's Child and Family Services Act provides protection for these children and youth. The Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect: It's Your Duty brochure explains the duty to report and provides answers to common questions about your reporting responsibilities. It does not provide legal advice. Please contact a lawyer or a children's aid society if you have questions about a specific situation. Report Child Abuse. For Parents and Families. Gleeson, James Implementing structured decision-making procedures.
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