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OPINION: NSPCC can help you spot the signs of child abuse

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Emma Motherwell, from the NSPCC, says we have a responsibility to protect our children

It can be difficult to understand what children and young people have gone through in this last year, but at the NSPCC we know that many have struggled and are still struggling today.

We have been there for them via our Childline service, where our trained counsellors have heard them discuss domestic abuse, loneliness and isolation among many other worries and concerns.

Mental health, understandably, has remained the top concern since March 2020 and its important children and young people feel fully supported.

We all need to be there for children and young people, because if we work together we can better understand the experiences they’ve had during the pandemic and ensure that they have access to the right support now, helping to reduce any potential long-term impact.

During lockdown, it made it more........

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