You are a family physician. You notice bruises on your patient, a 10 year boy. What would you do?
So when one side I understand that Bruce might not be the sign of a huge thing. But also on the other side the bruise might be it might be a sign of an abuse or being hit by a parent or someone else. That's not the parent. So my first step is first holding to the child understanding if they can tell me where they got the Bruce room if they had tell me honesty or with without much hesitation that they got it from playground I can then
Talk to the parents and confirm the story to make sure that nothing is wrong. However, if I see his mutation or if they tell me that they have been hit by someone, especially if that someone is their parents first, I will assure the kid that everything is okay and they will be fine by talking to me about it and then second old without talking to the parents if the parents or the person that the child names I will contact the child to Child Services first weight-wise in 14.
Next steps I do not have the criteria to talk to parents and perhaps speak up against it because I may do the child more hard because then the parents will be in the toilet child for talking to me about it. So I think the most appropriate step be talking to someone that has better ideas of how to talk about tackle this situation which would be the Childcare Center child Center. Meanwhile, I'll make sure to protect