- - Provide knowledge to help you respond when you are concerned a child is being sexually abused or when you notice a change in behaviour that may indicate sexual abuse.
- - Dispel some of the myths surrounding what can and should happen when children talk to us about sexual abuse.
- - Clarify what you can and cannot do or say in your conversations with children.
- - Provide guidance that can support you in talking with children.
- - Consider the context of each individual child to help you plan your conversations with them; thinking about what we might do or say to help children tell; and, how to record, and if necessary refer, your concerns to others.