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Adverse Childhood Experiences - EIF Report

This major report by the Early Intervention Foundation, titled Adverse Childhood Experiences - What we know, what we don't know and what should happen next, examines the Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE’s) evidence base in terms of its quality, the conclusions which have followed and the strength of evidence underpinning common responses to ACEs, including routine ACE screening and trauma-informed care.

The EIF have also published a series of blogs focusing on different aspects of the report – including: 

Off to hell in a hand cart? Challenging a simplistic view of ACEs and their impact. Isabelle Trowler

Childhood adversity and the brain: What have we learnt? Prof Eamon McCrory

A harsh spotlight: how the ACEs narrative lays bare the cost of doing nothing. Rachel Dickinson

Vulnerability and resilience: how ACEs can help us to identify and reduce risks in children's lives. Ann Longfield