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Keeping Kids Safe: Robins explains signs of child abuse, offers resources for families, caregivers

As the global pandemic grows, child abuse experts’ concern for children’s safety is increasing. Georgia Governor Brian Kemp recently said that reports of child abuse have decreased, but child abuse experts are concerned that these children are sheltered in place with their abusers and away from those who would report such incidents. (courtesy graphic)

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