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Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs)

The video below is taken from the Public Health Network Cymru youtube channel and is extremely powerful for parents and practitioners.

ACEs can have a lasting impact on children and have been linked to

  • risky health behaviours

  • chronic health conditions

  • low life potential

  • early death

Everybody has a duty of care to ensure children are protected from exposure to ACEs and reduce the risk of the outcomes listed above.


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