Client and provider discomfort with an adverse childhood experiences survey

The Early Intervention Foundation
Tuesday, September 29, 2020

The presumed causal relationship between ACEs and poor life outcomes has resulted in some policy and health organisations to advocate for ACE screening to be implemented universally so that vulnerable individuals can be offered treatment.

Evidence shows some ACE screening practices make vulnerable clients uncomfortable.
Evidence shows some ACE screening practices make vulnerable clients uncomfortable.

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