Module 4 Exam

Identify and Respond to Children and Young People at Risk

1. Children and young people have the right to be free from harm and to play, learn and be cared for in a safe and secure environment.(Required)
2. Nannies are not required to be Mandatory Reporters.(Required)
3. Child abuse and neglect is any form of physical and or emotional ill-treatment, sexual abuse, neglect or negligent treatment resulting in harm to a child's health.(Required)
4. If a parent smacks their child on the bottom, you should call Mandatory Reporting Line immediately.(Required)
5. Child abuse is only related to adults being the perpetrators?(Required)
6. Nannies should be respectful with families who are diverse in background, culture, language, faith, religion, family structure, ability, gender and sexuality.(Required)
7. Nannies actively listen to and document conversations between themselves and children related to any form of abuse or neglect.(Required)
8. Nannies and parents communicate only via the phone to ensure specific requirements regarding the children's care are followed.(Required)
9. ‘Risk of Significant Harm’ refers to circumstances which are causing concern for the safety, well-being or welfare of the child or young person to a significant extent.(Required)
10. Nannies must ensure child safe practices are followed whether on a full time or casual basis?(Required)
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