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The Prevalence of Child Sexual Abuse in Out‐of‐home Care: Increased Risk for Children with a Mild Intellectual Disability

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Children without disabilities in out‐of‐home care have a higher risk of child sexual abuse [CSA (Euser et al. 2013)]. In this study, we examined the year prevalence of CSA in out‐of‐home care for children with a mild intellectual disability, and compared it with the prevalence in out‐of‐home care for non‐disabled children and children in the general population.
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Keywords: child sexual abuse; intellectual disability; out‐of‐home care; prevalence

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: January 1, 2016

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