Child development and trauma

The child development and trauma specialist practice resource has been developed to assist practitioners to understand typical developmental pathways of children and recognise indicators of trauma at different ages and stages.

Importantly, the resource offers practical, age appropriate advice as to the needs of children, parents and carers when trauma has occurred and ways in which children and families can be assisted in healing and recovery.

Child development and trauma resources are available for age groups:

  • Child development and trauma specialist practice resource - Introduction (PDF 409.5 KB)

    The child development and trauma guide has been developed to assist practitioners to understand typical developmental pathways of children and recognising indicators of trauma at different ages and stages.

  • Child development and trauma kit folder cover (PDF 668.1 KB)

    Best interests case practice model Specialist practice resource.

  • Age 0 - 12 months (PDF 272.2 KB)

    Child development and trauma guide: Age 0-12 months The child development and trauma guide has been developed to assist practitioners to understand typical developmental pathways of children and recognising indicators of trauma at different ages and stages. Importantly, it offers practical, age appropriate advice as to the needs of children, parents and carers when trauma has occurred and ways in which the child and family can be assisted in healing and recovery.

  • Age 12 months - 3 years (PDF 339.2 KB)

    Child development and trauma guide: Age 12 months - 3 years. The child development and trauma guide has been developed to assist practitioners to understand typical developmental pathways of children and recognising indicators of trauma at different ages and stages. Importantly, it offers practical, age appropriate advice as to the needs of children, parents and carers when trauma has occurred and ways in which the child and family can be assisted in healing and recovery.

  • Age 3 - 5 years (PDF 489.2 KB)

    Child development and trauma guide: Age 3-5 years. The child development and trauma guide has been developed to assist practitioners to understand typical developmental pathways of children and recognising indicators of trauma at different ages and stages. Importantly, it offers practical, age appropriate advice as to the needs of children, parents and carers when trauma has occurred and ways in which the child and family can be assisted in healing and recovery.

  • Age 5 - 7 years (PDF 296.8 KB)

    Child development and trauma guide: Age 5-7 years. The child development and trauma guide has been developed to assist practitioners to understand typical developmental pathways of children and recognising indicators of trauma at different ages and stages. Importantly, it offers practical, age appropriate advice as to the needs of children, parents and carers when trauma has occurred and ways in which the child and family can be assisted in healing and recovery.

  • Age 7 - 9 years (PDF 290.2 KB)

    Child development and trauma guide: Age 7-9 years. The child development and trauma guide has been developed to assist practitioners to understand typical developmental pathways of children and recognising indicators of trauma at different ages and stages. Importantly, it offers practical, age appropriate advice as to the needs of children, parents and carers when trauma has occurred and ways in which the child and family can be assisted in healing and recovery.

  • Age 9 - 12 years (PDF 306.7 KB)

    Child development and trauma guide: Age 9-12 years. The child development and trauma guide has been developed to assist practitioners to understand typical developmental pathways of children and recognising indicators of trauma at different ages and stages. Importantly, it offers practical, age appropriate advice as to the needs of children, parents and carers when trauma has occurred and ways in which the child and family can be assisted in healing and recovery.

  • Age 12 - 18 years (PDF 357.6 KB)

    Child development and trauma guide: Age 12-18 years. The child development and trauma guide has been developed to assist practitioners to understand typical developmental pathways of children and recognising indicators of trauma at different ages and stages. Importantly, it offers practical, age appropriate advice as to the needs of children, parents and carers when trauma has occurred and ways in which the child and family can be assisted in healing and recovery.

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