Rachel Berger http://wesa.fm en Protection From Abuse: Recognizing Child Abuse and Reporting It http://wesa.fm/post/protection-abuse-recognizing-child-abuse-and-reporting-it <p></p><p>Last summer, our content partner Public Source investigated allegations of sexual abuse against a former high school English teacher and coach, <a href="http://publicsource.org/investigations/zimmerman-child-sex-abuse-case-shows-importance-of-reporting">David Scott Zimmerman</a>. The story brought up questions of how abusive behavior goes unreported in schools. Now, with a <a href="http://blog.papartnerships.org/index.cfm/2013/3/27/Senate-Unveils-Child-Protection-Measures">package of 16 bills</a> on child abuse in the legislature and the <a href="http://www.childprotection.state.pa.us/Resources/press/2012-11-27%20Child%20Protection%20Report%20FINAL.pdf">results</a> of a statewide task force on child protection, we take a look at <a href="http://publicsource.org/investigations/former-coach-with-troubled-past-works-with-teens-again">the latest</a> with the Zimmerman case and talk about ways to recognize the warning signs of potential sexual abuse. How do you teach your kids to speak up on questionable behaviors? And what questions should parents be asking before they let another adult spend time with their child? Joining us for the discussion, Public Source investigative reporter <strong>Bill Heltzel</strong>&nbsp; and <a href="http://www.chp.edu/CHP/Berger,+Rachel+P.,+MD,+MPH"><strong>Dr. Rachel Berger</strong></a>, a Pediatrician at the Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh and member of the statewide task force on child abuse. Tue, 09 Apr 2013 01:00:00 +0000 Heather McClain 7503 at http://wesa.fm Protection From Abuse: Recognizing Child Abuse and Reporting It