Neglect

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Neglect is a form of abuse where the perpetrator, who is responsible for caring for someone who is unable to care for themselves, fails to do so.wikipedia
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Abuse

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Neglect is a form of abuse where the perpetrator, who is responsible for caring for someone who is unable to care for themselves, fails to do so.
There are four major categories of child abuse: neglect, physical abuse, psychological/emotional abuse, and sexual abuse.

Inquests in England and Wales

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Its sole function is to qualify a verdict returned at an inquest by finding that it was a factor that contributed to a death.
For example, where a prisoner hanged himself in a cell, he came by his death by hanging and it was not the role of the inquest to enquire into the broader circumstances such as the alleged neglect of the prison authorities that might have contributed to his state of mind or given him the opportunity.

Depression (mood)

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Studies of neglected children show heightened levels of depression and hopelessness, and higher incidents of suicide attempts.
Adversity in childhood, such as bereavement, neglect, mental abuse, physical abuse, sexual abuse, and unequal parental treatment of siblings can contribute to depression in adulthood.

Negligence

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In English law, neglect is a term of art, identical to the (now deprecated) expression lack of care and different from the concept of negligence.

Child neglect

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Children experiencing neglect often suffer from malnutrition, which causes abnormal patterns for development.

Complex post-traumatic stress disorder

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Neglect can carry on in a child's life falling into many long-term side effects such as: physical injuries, developmental trauma disorder, low self-esteem, attention disorders, violent behavior, and can even cause death.

Self-esteem

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Neglect can carry on in a child's life falling into many long-term side effects such as: physical injuries, developmental trauma disorder, low self-esteem, attention disorders, violent behavior, and can even cause death.

English law

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In English law, neglect is a term of art, identical to the (now deprecated) expression lack of care and different from the concept of negligence.

Jargon

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In English law, neglect is a term of art, identical to the (now deprecated) expression lack of care and different from the concept of negligence.

Malnutrition

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Children experiencing neglect often suffer from malnutrition, which causes abnormal patterns for development.

Stunted growth

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Not being given the proper nutrients at certain growth periods can result in stunted growth, and inadequate bone and muscle growth.

Information processing

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Brain functioning and information processing may also be affected by neglect.

Fracture

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Neglected children or adults can have physical injuries like fractures or severe burns that go untreated, or infections, lice and other signs of lack of care.

Infection

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Neglected children or adults can have physical injuries like fractures or severe burns that go untreated, or infections, lice and other signs of lack of care.

Louse

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Neglected children or adults can have physical injuries like fractures or severe burns that go untreated, or infections, lice and other signs of lack of care.

Cycle of violence

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Parental detachment can harm the child's development of bonding and attachment to the parents, causing the child's expectations to be the same when they get older (furthering the cycle of abuse).

Problem solving

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Too little parental availability can result in difficulties in problem solving, coping with stressful situations and social relationships.

Coping

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Too little parental availability can result in difficulties in problem solving, coping with stressful situations and social relationships.

Social relation

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Too little parental availability can result in difficulties in problem solving, coping with stressful situations and social relationships.

Suicide attempt

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Studies of neglected children show heightened levels of depression and hopelessness, and higher incidents of suicide attempts.

2008 World Monuments Watch

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The World Monuments Watch is a flagship advocacy program of the New York-based private non-profit organization World Monuments Fund (WMF) that calls international attention to cultural heritage around the world that is threatened by neglect, vandalism, conflict, or disaster.