Adverse Childhood Experiences: Special Report

Derren Hayes
Tuesday, September 29, 2020

Research has shown that adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) can increase the risk of poor life outcomes, so policymakers and practitioners are developing new ways to prevent ACEs and support children at risk of them.

Social care and health agencies have adopted trauma-informed approaches to support vulnerable children and families.
Social care and health agencies have adopted trauma-informed approaches to support vulnerable children and families.

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