(b) If a friend leaves with someone whose behavior seems suspicious.
If the child feels uncomfortable about being alone with someone.
(4) What to do if the child is approached or abused. A child should be
taught not to obey an abuser, unless the abuser threatens the child physically. Instead,
the child should:
(a) Try to run away if someone tries to abuse the child sexually.
(b) Say NO if anyone tries to abuse the child sexually.
Tell the abuser that he (the child) will tell someone.
(d) Find help from someone.
(e) Tell an adult what has happened as soon as possible.
Remember when and where the incident happened.
(g) Understand that he (the child) is NOT guilty if abused; the incident
was NOT the child's fault.
4-11. CLOSING STATEMENT
In peacetime, you may be assigned to a medical treatment facility where
dependent children are treated. In time of war, you could be required to treat the
children of an indigenous population. The ailments may vary, but all children have
similar needs and responses to medical personnel. Use the information presented in
this lesson to good advantage.