ACE guidelines ‘not a quick fix’ for treating trauma

Joe Lepper
Wednesday, February 26, 2020

Councils and other public services may be taking significant risks in supporting vulnerable children by oversimplifying the impact of childhood trauma, including abuse and neglect, a new report warns.

The report warns children affected by factors not covered by ACEs may not receive support. Picture: Adobe Stock
The report warns children affected by factors not covered by ACEs may not receive support. Picture: Adobe Stock

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