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ASH EDU 644 Week 3 Assignment Child
Maltreatment Policies Brochure
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This assignment focuses on analyzing policies about child maltreatment in the
United States where, as noted in the Week Three Instructor Guidance and the Rubin
(2012) recommended readings for Week Three, it is a growing national issue. This
assignment is another opportunity to further apply 21st century technology skills as
you create an informational brochure meant to inform the public in a variety of
potential environments about child maltreatment in the United States and in a
specific state of your choosing. Your finished brochure will be included in your
website as part of the Week Six Final Project. Beyond reading the Week Three
Instructor Guidance and the recommended chapters from Rubin (2012), review the
State of California (2014) website resources for services related to children’s and
youth health, the CDCP (2014) website about preventing child maltreatment, the
Child Help (2014) website programs page, and the CAPA (2014) webpage about their
programs and services to learn about child maltreatment and policies related
thereto. Create your assignment using the content and written communication
instructions below. Use the Grading Rubric to review your assignment before
submission to ensure you have met the distinguished performance for each of the
components described below. For additional assistance, review the Week Three
Instructor Guidance and, if needed, contact the instructor for further clarifications
using the Ask Your Instructor discussion. Additionally, add the flyer as a link or
attachment to the page on your website titled Child Protection Services & Child
Using a digital software program such as Microsoft Publisher or Lucidpress.com,
create a single-page, 3-panel, front-to back brochure that informs the public about
the realities of child maltreatment in the United States and a specific state of your
choosing. The brochure should be designed to appeal to audiences in a variety of
settings, such as offices of school counselors or nurses, community centers and
outreach facilities, public health facilities, and social services departments. Use the
“Save As” option to save your brochure as a PDF. Submit the PDF version as your
assignment for evaluation and include the attachment or link if constructed from an
online source such as Lucidpress to your website.
• Title (1 point): Include an engaging title for the brochure.
• Maltreatment Information (2 points): Include a description of what constitutes
child maltreatment, abuse, or neglect; tips for prevention, tips for parents or
caregivers, and reporting abuse. Include at least two supporting resources cited intext and in a References section.
• Statistical Data (1 point): Include at least three items of statistical data, audienceappropriate graphics, and two-to-three points about child maltreatment in the
United States and your selected state. Include at least two supporting resources cited
in-text and in a References section.
• Policy or Program Resource (3 points): Describe at least two policies, programs,
models, or other source of support for parents, caregivers, schools, or others. Include
at least two supporting resources cited in-text and in a References section.
• References: (1 point): Include a references section with at least four scholarly
sources in addition to the Rubin (2012) textbook for any summarized, paraphrased,
or quoted material in your brochure, including images and graphics. All sources in
the references section should be used and cited correctly within the body of the
• Formatting (1 points): Brochure is a PDF, 8.5x11 inches in size, single-page, 3panel, front-to-back design that uses graphics, and has a consistent theme/format to
augment the readability of the brochure.
Written Communication Instructions
• Syntax and Mechanics (1 point): Display meticulous comprehension and
organization of syntax and mechanics, such as spelling and grammar. Written work
contains no errors and is very easy to understand.