Trauma Responsive Practices
Early childhood trauma is the most common type of trauma, and the most detrimental. In addition, trauma responsive practices, when put into place early in a child’s life, are more likely to benefit children’s development than practices put into place later in life. Relationally positive experience is, in fact, the most beneficial form of intervention to address early child trauma. Childcare providers, therefore, work with a high percentage of children exposed to trauma and are in a unique position to help. In addition, use of trauma-responsive practices may decrease childcare provider stress. A final benefit is that trauma-responsive practices are consistent with, and may compliment, practices to support children with developmental disabilities.
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