This timely new review led by the ACE Support Hub, provides an update on the recommendations of the original report but also reflects on the progress made in the light of the experience of the COVID-19 pandemic. It has found that whilst gaps remain, there has been some real progress made in terms of policy legislation in both Wales and the wider UK.
This report provides an overview of what the EAT programme has achieved and consolidates evidence of impact and effectiveness generated from the programme to date.
Understanding the Impact of COVID-19 on Violence and ACEs Experienced by Children and Young People in Wales Interim Report
This report explores the impact of COVID-19 and the associated health protection measures on children and young people through a review of the available literature and analysis of multi-agency data. It captures the inequitable and long-term impact that the pandemic could have on children and young people, and highlights considerations for mitigating these negative consequences.
Sharing the stories of individuals who have made a remarkable difference to those affected by Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs).