Adverse Childhood Experiences resources for Wales
During May this year, Public Health Wales released research on interventions for responding to ACEs. As part of their Early Action Together (EAT) work, they have also launched an information network in combination with the Royal Society for Public Health. EAT is a programme where Public Health Wales and key criminal justice and policing partners in Wales work together to take a public health approach to policing. Working with the Royal Society for Public Health, EAT has launched an ACEs Learning Network.
The network has information for the public, professionals and the Police about EAT, and its work on ACEs. It will share useful information and research on ACEs as well as best practice and resources, like the network map. The map lists contact details of professionals working with ACEs in the UK.
Public Health Wales’ research, ‘Responding to Adverse Childhood Experiences’, was produced with the Public Health Collaborating Unit at Bangor University. It looks at common approaches to dealing with ACEs.