Domestic Violence Quiz
Test Your Domestic Violence Awareness
Domestic violence and abuse (also known as DVA) is a serious child safeguarding issue that shouldn’t be ignored. Whether the child witnesses the domestic violence first-hand, hears it happening in another room, or only sees the after-effects in the form of a distressed relative, all types of domestic abuse have a significant adverse effect on that child’s life. If you work with children, young people and/or families, then it’s important that you understand how to respond to DVA appropriately. Try our quick quiz below and test your knowledge of domestic violence.
Who can experience domestic violence?
If a child hears their parent being abused in another room and then hears it go silent, what are they likely to think?
If you want to ask a child about their experiences, where should you talk?
Which of the following methods is the best way to encourage a young child to talk?
If you have a concern about a child in relation to domestic violence, what should you do?
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What to Read Next:
- Understanding the Cycle of Violence in Domestic Abuse
- Why Children May Stay Quiet About Abuse
- Domestic Violence & Abuse Training