Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) have a profound impact on children's lives. We are here to provide support and information for children affected by ACEs and their families and the practitioners who support them. We understand the challenges they face and believe in the power of healthy relationships. We offer a range of resources, services, and projects tailored to meet the unique needs of our children and families. Our team of dedicated professionals is committed to helping the network of people around our children to support their development of regulation, develop positive supportive strategies, and build healthy, trusting relationships. We strive to create a world that feels safer for every child affected by adverse childhood experiences and developmental trauma.
Our training courses empower and equip educators, practitioners and families to provide the best education, care and support for our children. We offer support to better understand and meet the unique needs of our children. Explore our resources and join us in making a positive impact on their lives.
We offer consultations for schools and services, as well as families, who are seeking support and guidance in making sense of children's needs in their current situation and in light of their adverse childhood experiences. We are here to help you understand how to best offer support to our vulnerable children.
Read on to learn about the projects that we have run and that we are able to offer to your service or setting.
If you have been affected by adverse childhood experiences or know someone who is, we are here to help. Contact us to learn more about our services and how we might work together, or simply enquire about how we can support you.
In 2020 we received over £4,000 of funding through the Big Give Christmas Challenge to develop our 'Feeling Just Right' Project in a local Primary School. This year we hope to raise £6,000 to explore using the BUSS model in the Early Years - find out more here .....