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Childhood protection agency rules are broken.

Discussion in 'Optimal Kids' started by Jack Kruse, Jan 28, 2020.

  1. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

  2. Ltien

    Ltien New Member

    DA's office know they will never get a conviction beyond the reasonable doubt standard but they don't want to admit they are wrong.
  3. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    A nurse practitioner on the hospital’s child abuse team confused the baby’s birthmarks for bruises, according to seven dermatologists who have reviewed the case.

    A child abuse pediatrician misinterpreted a crucial blood test, four hematologists later said.
    Are those two still have their jobs?

  4. ValerieBee

    ValerieBee Radical Mitochondriac

    It is a terribly broken system, buttressed by the mandated reporter laws. In my observation and experience, drs and other health professionals think it's the safe thing to do to just call CPS, bc they have no idea what a mess the system and agencies really are, and the reporter laws push practitioners to make the call to avoid the penalties for not calling if something truly comes up. From the med provider POV its "safer" to just let CPS investigate, bc there is no education on the way CPS operates, the grey area of 4th Amendment rights, the escalated level of authority of the agencies, the abuse and neglect in the foster system and how easily a child can be removed from parent care. I also know of drs abusing this system to coerce medical treatment when a parent disagrees. In fact, when I sat down w my kiddos onco to discuss ending chemo after he became NED, the first thing out of the drs mouth was "well this isn't a legal issue so we can talk." The threat of CPS is a frequent issue in pediatric oncology, especially for parents who want to do anything other than the Big 3 (chemo, surgery, radiation) in exactly the way it is presented by the dr.
  5. These are our times.
    It takes courage to educate yourself
    Then act on it for your children.
    Grandpa John
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