REACh and ACE Links
REACh is for everyone.
Research has found that people who experience trauma or adversity in childhood are more likely to have poor physical and mental health and social outcomes in the future.
REACh (Routine Enquiry about Adversity in Childhood) is about asking people directly about adverse experiences which may assist them in understanding their current circumstances and enable us to plan more focussed interventions.
REACh should be a part of any integrated prevention and early intervention service.
- ACEs Too High
- WHO Adverse Childhood Experiences International Questionnaire (ACE-IQ)
- WHO Implementing Child Maltreatment Prevention Programmes: What the experts say
- Got Your ACE Score?
- ACEs Connection Network
- Early Intervention Foundation
- Academy on Violence and Abuse
- Nadine Burke Harris on ACEs
- Children and Young People Integrated Strategic Needs Assessment
- Blackburn with Darwen Local Safeguarding Children Board Key Messages
- "Resilience" - A Documentary about the CDC-Kaiser Permanente ACE Study premiered at the Sundance Film Festival
- ACE RESPONSE
- CHILD TRAUMA ACADEMY
- TRAUMA SENSITIVE SCHOOLS
- TRAUMA TOOLBOX FOR PRIMARY CARE
- CREATING TRAUMA INFORMED SYSTEMS
- Further information ON ACE'S
- The Truth About ACEs - “Copyright 2013. Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Used with permission from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.”
- Blog Post: PHE Event about Routine Enquiry into Adversity in Childhood (REACh)