Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Research on Adverse Childhood Experiences

From Family Law Week:

Research conducted by Liverpool John Moores University on behalf of the NHS has found that adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) contribute to poor life-course health and social outcomes. The fact that ACEs are linked to involvement in violence, early unplanned pregnancy, incarceration, and unemployment suggests a cyclic effect where those with higher ACE counts have higher risks of exposing their own children to ACEs.

Read more here.

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