This evidence review responds to the science and technology committee’s recommendations by examining the evidence underpinning Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) in terms of its quality and the conclusions which have followed. It also considers the strength of evidence underpinning common ACE-related activities, including routine ACE screening and trauma-informed care, in order to better understand the potential of these activities for reducing symptoms of trauma and preventing ACEs from occurring in the first place. 

By Dr Kirsten Asmussen, Dr Freyja Fischer, Elaine Drayton & Tom McBride

Published by the Early Intervention Foundation

Categories: Policy, Trauma-informed working, Understanding disadvantage
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