We are fighting an uphill battlet. But a battle that can be won! Our children are our children. As adults it's our responsibility to protect them;educate them and make sure they know that they're NOT ALONE and that as adults,we are there for them.
Relationship is the key. when we're told what we need instead of finding out what are needs are. we are helping the services more than we're helping our children.
Providing alternatives is neither a solution or cure. As a society we must be PROACTIVE dealing with this Horrendous Issue. Words are not enough. Ad Parents;Grandparents;Family members and friends it is OUR Responsibility to ensure NO CHILD suffers Abuse of any kind.
I'm shocked that 64% of the respondees think they are better off being TOLD what they need... WOW!
All I can say is that greed and fraud and missmanagement of funs is the cause of us loosing our services. If you want to know more. Let me kow. And I will respond. I can be reached at [email protected] God Bless.
Telling them what they need does no good and usually ends up with a low success rate. Why not educate them by showing them what is available for thier needs and how to access it.Allow them to choose what needs fit thier purpose and at the sametime empower them with the ability of self confidence.
we have been consumers in the system for some time. I believe false is the ideal answer, but ideal is not always possible. We have a long way to go.
I think people sometimes need to be told what they need to do and where they need to go when they are lost and want help only.
I think this needs to be a collaborative decision.