WATTS: April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month
Apr 15 2018 by Desiree Burns
The Exchange Club of Naperville will receive a proclamation from the City of Naperville at the April 3, 2018, City Council Meeting declaring April as Child Abuse Prevention Month.
Blue ribbons are also festooned around the campus of the Hospital Sisters Health System hospital for the monthlong observation, and the facility is lighting the south face of its patient tower blue. She said gathering in the center of the Bob Kerrey Pedestrian Bridge symbolizes the combined efforts of agencies on both sides of the river in combatting child abuse and neglect, a problem that knows no state lines. Chambers County joins other municipalities across the nation in the annual tradition that allows community support as a way to combat child abuse.
"The main reason that we do this is to help raise awareness in the community to make sure they understand that this is a community problem", said Kathy Park, executive director of CASA.
Child abuse and neglect respects no racial or religious class or geographic boundaries.
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The officer said Beister acknowledged she'd lost her temper with her children. "So, it's important for us to get out and talk about this to our law enforcement brother to let them know what to look for", said Brian Johnston, the assistant special agent for the GBI.
"There are so many organizations throughout Chautauqua County that are working on it", Borrello said. "We're not going to be able to solve this on our own".
He said he hopes the Pass the Pinwheel event is the "spark for some more education for all of us".
In other cases, however, the deaths are a result of "pure evil", a more hard problem to combat, he said. "When you bring it to light like this it gives people the opportunity to see there is help available, and hopefully this will draw the needed attention to it". Those are things like being a nurturing parent or mentoring a child or volunteering for a community agency.