Leeds seminar: Reducing and preventing childhood vulnerabilities and ACEs


Leeds seminar: Reducing and preventing childhood vulnerabilities and ACEs


Starting 08 January 2020 17:00 through to 08 January 2020 19:00


Eustace de Sousa

National Lead for Health Inequalities and the Life Course │ Public Health England


Dr Helen Lowey

Director of Public Health │ Bolton Council


The Office of the Children’s Commissioner estimates that almost 2.3 million children are living in vulnerable circumstances in England.

This free seminar will hear from local and national speakers on how public health approaches can help prevent and mitigate against adverse experiences in childhood as well as help identify adults needing extra support because of childhood trauma.

Eustace will describe national public health work and cross-government work addressing vulnerabilities. Helen will then discuss how local authorities, together with the wider public sector, can bring about cultural change to enable an environment for children, young people and their families to build resilience that is bas

Please note you must be a member of the Academy to attend an event

Membership is free and you will be asked to join when registering for this event

ed upon the science behind childhood adversity.



Leeds Beckett University
Lecture theatre CL113, Calverley Building
City Campus
United Kingdom

Register for this event

To register your place at this event, use the button below. This will take you to a registration page outside the network.

Register Now