Wed 6 September 2017
Since the Royal Commission into institutional responses to child abuse started in 2013 we've heard plenty of stories about the abuse of children.
But according to Act For Kids, a not-for-proft service for Indigenous communities, one in four adults are not confident they would know abuse if they saw it.
Dr Katrina Lines is the Executive Director of Services with ACT for kids, and she opened up about the difficult topic of spotting the signs of abuse or neglect, and what you can do to help.
You can access the resources Katrina spoke about by heading to the ACT for Kids website.
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