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QUESTION: WHY IS ENOUGH ABUSE UK DIFFERENT?

We exist to prevent child abuse and support those who have suffered from abuse.  In order to enable you to recognise and act upon the clear signs of abuse, and in particular, the signs of grooming we provide training and consultancy to enable children, parents, teachers and those with a duty of care to recognise abusing behaviours and act with confidence to protect children in their care. 

This knowledge enables all those with a duty of care to better protect children by building resilience within a child to resist inappropriate behaviours.  We also work closely with other organisations in this field and act as a signpost to more specialist help and support to manage the impact of abuse.

One in twenty children suffer from sexual abuse and one in five from other abuse.  (NSPCC 2016)  Currently the Government supplies a Safeguarding programme which cascades actions when a disclosure about child abuse is made.   All its policies and procedures are AFTER ABUSE.  This is not Prevention. 

Our focus is on prevention.  Prevention involves learning how to recognise a person who is a risk of abusing a child from their grooming behaviour.  This enables a carer to remove a child in their care from risk.

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Our client base is made up of schools, as the training of teachers in recognising and acting on sexual abuse among children accounts for about 70% of our work.  We also reach out to Parents, Front Line Social Service providers, Local and County authorities, Safeguarding Boards, The Police, Religious Organisations, Child Care homes, Child-centric Organisations and Corporate Organisations. 

MARILYN HAWES, ceo & FOUNDER OF ENOUGH ABUSE UK SAYS:

"EVERYONE WHO CARES FOR CHILDREN MUST LEARN
HOW TO PREVENT SEXUAL AND OTHER FORMS OF ABUSE."

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Our work is about the PREVENTION of child abuse and not safeguarding.  What is the difference?
Safeguarding policies and processes kick in once a disclosure or a concern has been raised.  We educate people who care for children on how to recognise an abuser and an abused child by their visible behaviours.  By doing this you can recognise a child at risk and someone who is a risk and take the appropriate action. 
Within these programs we explain the attitudes, thinking and behaviours which lead someone to become a child abuser.  We demonstrate Grooming, their identifiable behaviour, by using a teddy bear to display the established ways in which an abuser slowly gains the trust of a child and their social circle.
We train Schools, Parents, Football and other sporting clubs, Front line Social Services, Local and County Authorities, Safeguarding Boards, The Police, Religious Organisations, Child Centric Organisations and Corporate Organisations.  We do not compete with Safeguarding Boards whose role is to manage issues following disclosure.  

Our work is about PREVENTION and not the implementation the Government Policies.
Our training and support is delivered by specialists with lived experience and established research over the last fourteen years.
Training programmes includes: Grooming and Abuse online and offline, Behavioural signs of both an Abuser and a Child suffering abuse, The Impact of Abuse, The Mind of an Abuser, Emotional Intelligence, Managing Negative Behaviours and Emotions, Managing those impacted by Abuse, Self Harming, Eating Disorders, Addictions, Anxiety, Depression and Mental Health associated with Child Abuse.  We also have expertise with Radicalisation, Stalking and FGM.

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THE VIDEO BELOW is a short demonstration of ABUSER AND CHILD BEHAVIOURS

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