Coping with domestic abuse: Booklet for CHILDREN aged 6 to 12 is a valuable resource designed to support children and their parents who are experiencing domestic abuse. The booklet aims to provide children with information and guidance to help them understand what is happening in their lives and encourage them to seek help from supportive individuals.
The contents of the booklet cover important topics related to domestic abuse, including defining domestic abuse, exploring the reasons behind it, and addressing common questions and concerns that children may have. The booklet acknowledges children’s experiences and emotions, offering insights into how domestic abuse/violence might impact them and reassuring them that they are not alone.
The booklet also addresses practical aspects, such as the role of the police and the possibility of seeking refuge. By providing age-appropriate information and support, the booklet empowers children to take steps towards seeking help and understanding that there is hope for a better future.
- What does domestic abuse mean?
- Why does it happen?
- Whose fault is it?
- How might it affect me?
- Is there anything I can do?
- Will life ever get better?
- Should I call the police?
- Will it ever stop?
- If one of my parents leaves, will I still see them?
- What is it like in a refuge?
FREE DOWNLOAD OF COPING WITH DOMESTIC ABUSE: BOOKLET FOR CHILDREN AGED 6 TO 12