on 25 August 2013
Clear, factual, it reiterates the need for urgent attention to the need to prevent harm before it happens. Should be useful for practitioners who need to persuade managers and decision-makers to take the right decisions for the child's welfare.Good references for further study.
on 11 December 2013
The paper covers the effects on the brain development through maltreatment - the understanding for this is that you must reinforce positive experiences, repetition to help the repair (work with children who have been abused) and not have negative experiences - so working with positive re-enforcement - mirroring the work down with children on the autistic spectrum. - A very informative paper for anyone working with children.