Sexual predators may lurk anywhere—at your child’s school, karate class, violin lesson, day camp, or behind a computer screen online. If your child has a developmental or intellectual disability, it may be even harder to protect him or her from the dangers that sexual perpetrators pose.
Nashville, TN news channel WKRN shares some resources to help parents protect their children from sexual abuse. These include tips in keeping children safe online, counseling services, medical evaluations, and child advocacy centers.
What Can You Do if You Have Special Needs and Were Sexually Assaulted?
Contact the attorneys at Grant & Eisenhofer P.A. if you or someone you love has special needs and was sexually assaulted. Call (855) 244-2031 to discuss your potential claim. We offer free consultations.
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