The tide is turning. Join us as we strive to achieve a 70% reduction in key adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) by 2030.
Current systems do not prevent problems. Prevention means understanding and addressing the root causes. Those root causes are most often adverse childhood experiences.
In 25 years, over 80,000 children
and their families have benefitted
from our work
Many of the social, emotional and health issues experienced by residents and families have their roots in early years experiences, including trauma. As a result, healthcare professionals in GP surgeries, homes and hospitals see the long-term impact of issues that could have been prevented every day.
Many of the mental health and behavioural issues that students experience have their roots in early life experiences. By understanding what lies behind this behaviour, staff can better support them and ultimately help them achieve the success that they and you want.
The first years of a child’s life are vital for building resilience that will support a healthier life. The more positive experiences we enable during this period, and the more adverse ones we prevent, the better the nation's health will be for generations to come.