The dynamics of child abuse, and what people can do to make a difference, will be the topic of Tabor College’s Lifelong Learning session at 9:45 a.m. Friday at Parkview Mennonite Brethren Church Activity Center.
Lisa Donahue, a child advocate from Heart to Heart Child Advocacy Center, which serves Marion, Harvey, and McPherson counties, will speak. She will identify child abuse trends throughout the tri-county service area including types of abuse, who typically offends, where it happens, and who is most vulnerable. Common signs of abuse will be discussed, and risk and protective factors will be highlighted.
Registration is $5 at the door. Lunch will be available in the college cafeteria at a discounted price of $4.